Seminars

Enhance your knowledge in the Facilities Management Theatre

Stay on top of the industry with a programme of presentations, panel discussions and seminars. Cover the hottest topics within facilities management, including workplaces of the future, security, delivering top class FM on a budget, leadership, office refurbs and relocations, technology disruption, diversity, skills and recruitment, getting recognition in the board-room and flexible working. It’s the perfect place to enhance your skills and acquire the latest knowledge.

FAC Theatre
BIFM Smart Client Programme

Smart Client Programme

Tools for Smart Procurement

Equip yourself with the knowledge and tools to make smart procurement decisions and enable successful client-supplier partnerships with the Smart Client Programme. Seminar sessions will be followed by pre-booked 1-2-1 appointments with selected suppliers. The 90-minute session covers:

  • How to select a contractor or supplier
  • How to use strategic sourcing to improve quality, deliver efficiencies and reduce risk
  • What do to when contracts go wrong

Occupational Health & Wellbeing Theatre

Learn how to benefit from putting employee health and wellbeing at the forefront of company culture at the Occupational Health and Wellbeing Show. Returning to Facilities Show in 2019, this focused theatre brings you a programme of thought-provoking and tactical seminar sessions.

Occupational Health and Wellbeing Theatre
Smartworking Summit

Smartworking Summit

The highly-acclaimed Smartworking Summit, organised by Quora Consulting is returning to Facilities Show 2019. This summit considers the impact of the changing nature of work and the intertwined roles of HR, IT, Property and Management Cultures.

With no PowerPoint and the opportunity to network with both speakers and delegates in an afternoon of round table sessions, this is a truly unique addition to Facilities Show. This year, exciting new speakers will join the show – last year we welcomed 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).