Facilities Show 2019: 5 Reasons why you should attend
1. Innovations / Services
The Facilities Show is one of the world’s largest Facilities Management exhibitions with more than 282 Suppliers and 11,000 visitors attending each year.
Whether you are looking to develop your career, or grow your business the Facilities Show is a fantastic platform to expand your network and check out the competition. Some of the leading FM service providers/suppliers will be exhibiting at the show making it a great opportunity to expand your knowledge – learning all about the new and upcoming products/services which are innovating the industry. It is important to remain up to date with the continuous changes in the market
Networking is a fundamental part of developing your personal brand and is a valuable aspect to your future development. There is a wealth of knowledge to benefit from if you were to make yourself more visible. Being more visible comes from constantly having a presence at FM events and the Facilities Show is the biggest of them all!
3. Meet our Team
We do business with people not entities, so the power of meeting in person should never be underestimated – it provides an invaluable opportunity to build long-lasting rapport, developing a full understanding of how each party operates and indicates the best way to work together in the future.
At Bridge, we aim to meet all of our clients and candidates face-to-face, to ensure that we fully understand the individual requirements and expectations of each. We have expanded our reach across all sectors within the Facilities Management industry and have a varied mix of clients from leading global FM service providers to smaller boutique organisations, all of whom have their own vision and ethos.
Let’s work together, come and meet our Team at stand no: FM5850!
4. Keynote speakers
There is an exciting line up for Inspirational Speakers this year, which includes, award-winning journalist - Steph McGovern, Fearless and emphatic- Eddie the Eagle, and one of Englands finest rugby players - Johny Wilkinson. Starting with Steph McGovern who will kick start the speeches on the 18th June.
- Tuesday 18th June @ 11:30 - 12:30
Steph will focus her speech on the incredible journey from being an apprentice engineer to award-winning journalist and what she learnt from the career journey. Mixed in with this, Steph will also cover what is takes for a good business to weather the economic and political storm as well as why we need to value skills more in the UK.
- Wednesday 19th June @ 11:30 - 12:30
Eddie the Eagle speech will look at courage and risk from a different perspective. Most believe Eddie not landing the 90 meter jump at the Winter Olympics caused his most serious injury but in fact it was something different … Join Eddie at the Facilities Show to find out just what that was.
- Thursday 20th June @ 11:30 - 12:30
And finally, we have Johny Wilkinson’s personal account of understanding what matters and how his astronomical success with club and country took its psychological toll.
5. Workplace Wellbeing, Workplace Technology, and Facilities Management Theatres:
The Facilities Show will also be holding seminars every 30-60 minutes in three theatres, simultaneously. Each theatre will have its own agenda and this years will focus on: Workplace Wellbeing, Workplace Technology, and Facilities Management.
You can find an official agenda here.
How to find us:
Our team of expert FM consultants will at stand no: FM5850 and will be offering their expertise to new and existing clients and candidates.