Be part of the largest global gathering of FMs this June in London
The largest event in the FM calendar will commence in less than 2 months. From 19 June, FM professionals from across the globe will descend on ExCeL London, looking to identify new suppliers and source the latest innovative solutions to address project requirements. They’ll also have the opportunity to network in a variety of areas with like-minded peers as they discuss the industry’s hottest topics at the cutting edge of FM, not to mention keeping abreast of all legislation updates and regulation changes.
Held in association with the British Institute of Facilities Management and world-class real estate firm CBRE, Facilities Show 2018 continues to attract inspirational speakers, contractors and individuals. It champions the industry, changes perceptions, drives excellence and pioneers new-age leadership.
With over 280 exhibitors from more than 40 countries, you’re sure to find the right solution for your specific needs at Facilities Show 2018.With over 280 exhibitors from more than 40 countries, you’re sure to find the right solution for your specific needs at Facilities Show 2018.
BIFM Smart Client Programme
Seminar sessions equipping attendees with the knowledge and tools to make smart procurement decisions, enabling successful client-supplier partnerships.
The Meetings Service brings together manufacturers and distributors from the show floor with visitors to the show. This free service enables you to search for and request meetings with exhibitors before arriving onsite
The seminar programme for Facilities Show 2018 sees the return of the Facilities Management Theatre, the BIFM Smart Client Programme, an all new Occupational Health & Wellbeing Zone and another stellar line-up of celebrity inspirational speakers.
Occupational Health & Wellbeing Zone
A new area dedicated to the Health and Wellbeing of the workforce. Grouping relevant exhibitors, the latest solutions and a new theatre that will delivering thought provoking and tactical seminar sessions.
Facilities Show is proud to welcome another incredible line-up of Inspirational Speakers for 2018, including mental health campaign Ruby Wax OBE, English rugby legend Sir Clive Woordward OBE and former British Army Officer Nicky Moffat CBE.
Featured - May Spotlight, Adrian Heili
Committed to championing the FM industry and the amazing work its individuals are doing, Facilities Show brings you a new Spotlight!
May’s spotlight is dedicated to Adrian Heili, Founder and Director of UAV Dynamix. Through his experience of the 7/7 attacks and his passion for finding new ways to deal with emergency scenarios, the idea for UAV Dynamix was born. He sees an increasing demand for drones within the FM industry especially in areas such as surveying and inspection. Adrian believes that the use of drones will reduce our environmental impact and the need for wasted resources, whilst increasing employee and public safety.
In conjunction with Euroworkspace, take a virtual reality tour of London’s smartest building, and Facilities Show headquarters, 240 Blackfriars. This is your chance to experience the latest smart building technology in a real-world setting on stand Q450.
Build relationships face to face with contacts old and new, talk business with suppliers, or just take a load off with a beer and daily world cup matches in the new for 2018 Facilities Sports Bar.
Access all 6 events
With the role of the facilities professional often being so broad, your badge for Facilities Show also gives you access to all 6 co-located events. Access the latest products, free education and networking opportunities across security, safety, fire, workwear and field service management.
A Barbour guide to space planning
Space planning is the process of taking available usable space to create an environment that fits the needs of the organisation. The planning will usually require the balancing of functional needs, aesthetic appeal, comfort and financial cost. This guide will help assist you with the legal requirements, measuring, considerations when planning and working with planners.
Business Continuity: A Director's Briefing
Business continuity is considered to be a holistic management process that identifies potential impacts on a business and builds a framework for resilience into processes and procedures to ensure there are effective safeguards and responses to protect the business. This guide will help you with what should be considered, business impact and need to know legislation.
Also running alongside Facilities Show is the highly acclaimed Smartworking Summit. Organised by Quora Consulting, the Summit considers the impact of the changing nature of work and the intertwined roles of HR, IT, Property and Management Cultures.
These summits are unique in their format with no PowerPoint and the opportunity to network with both speakers and delegates in an afternoon of round table sessions. 2018 speaker highlights include Lord Tim Clement Jones (House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence), Deborah Lee (Chief People Officer, YOOX Net-a-Porter) and Steven Boyd (Director Estates, HMRC).