• The Workplace Futures Conference

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Workplace Futures has become a landmark event in the UK facilities management calendar.


Over the years, each conference has taken on a different set of issues, assembling a carefully chosen panel of expert speakers and attracting genuinely interested delegates – a combination that ensures discussion is lively and informative, and outcomes are positive, with a specific emphasis on sharing and learning.

All Workplace Futures events are shaped by a single purpose: to bring together a range of stakeholders to analyse the research, identify the trends, define the needs and confirm the opportunities facing facilities management as it moves towards greater professionalisation.

Workplace Futures provides a unique opportunity to identify – and help shape - the future of FM.

This is an industry that plays a critical role in the success of virtually every private and public sector organisation.

Join in the debate – make your mark on the business - get involved in this important event.

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Why Attend

Why attend

Workplace Futures is unique. Unlike most events in this industry which simply come and go, this conference builds each year on the success of previous years. Consequently, we have a strong and loyal following, combined with new and fresh interest in each new programme.

Who should attend

Everyone responsible for specifying, buying, managing or delivering FM. Anyone with an interest in the future of the industry.

This is an ideal opportunity for providers to come and bring their customers and/or prospective customers to an event that will be stimulating, informative and important.

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  • “Workplace Futures has been consistently the most thoughtful and leading-edge conference in the UK facilities calendar. Combining insight from senior FM professionals with the thoughts of service users, academics, researchers and service providers, the conference always manages to stir the pot of FM thinking and to lead the industry’s development. It is simply a ‘must attend’ event every year.”

    Dave Wilson, Director - Effective Facilities Limited
  • “The Workplace Futures Conference is always a thought-provoking and well attended event. With good organisation, venues and ample opportunities for networking, interacting and asking questions, it is a must in my FM calendar.”

    Anne Lennox-Martin
  • “HSS Hire is the equipment provider of choice to leading UK FM companies and we have consistently found Workplace Futures to be a conference which allows us to be associated with the innovators, solutions providers and thought leaders in the industry. It is very well attended, issues are hotly debated and the speakers are thought-provoking. ”

    Fiona Perrin - Group Sales & Marketing Director, HSS Hire

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09-02-2016

12

Speakers

Selected for excellence

250

Delegates

Join your peers from the FM industry

Past Conferences

Convergence in the Workplace

Increasingly, FM must work in concert with other organisational support disciplines: CRE, HR, IT, finance, marketing, procurement. The days of traditional silo working are surely numbered. Change is happening, yet there are some fundamental issues still to be addressed.

Making Innovation Work

Innovation is a big topic in FM. Clients asks for it, and providers promise it – often in a seemingly unending cycle. But what is innovation? How do you identify it, how do you measure it, how do you assess the benefits?

Strategic Partnership: Securing The Future of FM

We need to move on. We need to take FM theory and practice to the next level. We need to stop thinking about service delivery in the old ‘tried & tested’ ways and start thinking in terms of true alignment with business objectives and real customer experience.

New Needs, New Solutions?

FM is a business discipline and a service industry. It is a simple service delivery requirement and a mission-critical support operation. Given that vast range, what does the future hold and is FM ready to face up to the big challenges ahead?

Commoditisation vs Service Solution – which is the future of FM?

All service delivery models offer benefits to particular types of organisations in particular circumstances. But what types, and in what circumstances? And what are the prerssures that influence the decision?

Workplace Futures provides a unique opportunity to identify – and help shape - the future of FM.

This is an industry that plays a critical role in the success of virtually every private and public sector organisation. Join in the debate – make your mark on the business - get involved in this important event.

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End User

£ 445 .00
  • 1 End User delegate place

Corporate

£ 950 .00
  • 2 Full Price delegate places

Discounted User

£ 845 .00
  • 2 Discounted Delegate places
  • available to i-FM full licence holders only
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Join the list of successful sponsors

What is Workplace Futures about?
This is one conference that will address – directly and effectively – some of the most pressing issues in FM today: how do we work more positively, more collaboratively, to show innovation and to add value and genuinely demonstrate that? If FM fails to embrace change and move forward, the result is inevitable - it's simply a race to the bottom in pursuit of reducing costs.

Why you should get involved
Workplace Futures is unique. Unlike most events in this industry which simply come and go, this conference builds each year onthe success of previous years. Consequently, we have a strong and loyal following, combined with new and fresh interest in each new programme.

How you can get involved
Become a sponsor, and get your brand promoted to the strategic thinkers in the sector.

• Unique business development opportunity
• Network with colleagues and make new contacts
• Share your experience on the day as the programme evolves to cover all angles of FM
• Raise your corporate profile
• Use the White Paper to help promote the industry and your place within it.

Sponsorship Packages: £4495 + vat

The Venue

The Crystal is a sustainable cities initiative by Siemens that explores how we can create a better future for our cities.

It is home to the world's largest exhibition focused on urban sustainability.

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As a world-class centre for dialogue, discovery and learning, it reveals the challenges that cities face, and the ways we can reduce their environmental impact using sustainable technologies, many available today.

Based in the Royal Victoria Docks, the centre of London's new Green Enterprise District, the Crystal is a natural home for thought leadership on urban sustainability. It provides a global knowledge hub that helps a diverse range of audiences learn and understand how we can all work to build better cities for ourselves and for future generations.

The Crystal is on the waterfront at the western end of the Royal Victoria Docks in East London.

Get in touch to discuss your delegate requirements

+44 (0)20 8850 9520

+44 (0)7768 765 967