Innovative Solutions Driving Change in the FM Market

As the Property Sector continues dealing with the ongoing impact of the pandemic, it is important to review current practices and look at the future of the Facility Management (FM) sector.

 

With various levels of COVID-19 restrictions in place during different lockdowns across Europe has led to a reluctance on both the employee and employer to return to the workplace. Against this backdrop, what is the impact on the FM service industry and how to maintain a workforce ready to respond to a future sizable level of reoccupation?

 

To answer this question and explore innovative solutions driving change in the FM industry, Drees & Sommer and RICS are pleased to invite you to our upcoming online event on 17 November.

 

During the event, we will release our joint ‘European FM Provider Report’. A unique study that explores the market coverage of the major FM providers operating in Europe and facilitates transparency for all market players. Christoph Heer, Associate Partner and Managing Director, Drees & Sommer Switzerland, will present the report, providing an opportunity to get the latest market insights. Steve Morris, Global Head of FM at RICS, will moderate a panel discussion on how to drive a positive change and transparency across the FM industry.

 

Panel speakers:

  • Paul Bagust, RICS Global Property Standards Director
  • Phil Ratcliffe, Associate Partner and Managing Director, Drees & Sommer UK
  • Andrew Sugars, Chief Corporate Development Officer Atalian
  • Seweryna Afanasjew MRICS, RICS Europe World Regional Board member, UPC CEE Real Estate, Facilities & Energy Head
  • Goran Milanov, Chair of EuroFM, CEO of VIDAKO

 

This is an online event in English. You will receive the dial-in link in a separate mail three days before the event.

 

For this purpose, please register for the event here.

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17/11 - 17/11/2020

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