Facilities Show Connect (1-30 June 2021) provides together the global facilities industry via an online marketplace and virtual meetings. It’s been launched instead of this year’s in-person event in London, which have been scheduled to perform from 12-14 July 2021
Regardless of the live show being postponed until next year, the Facilities Show aims to aid the global facilities community with a month-long virtual event in 2021. Connect can be an immersive, AI-powered, online experience that provides attendees the opportunity to activate with new international suppliers and peers via an online marketplace and tailored meeting recommendations throughout June 2021. It’s right section of some online events co-located with IFSEC International, FIREX, Safety & Health Expo, Intelligent Building Workplace and Europe Wellbeing Show providing networking opportunities to create our global communities together.
Combined, they shall offer delegates the opportunity to study from over 70 educational sessions, which feature over 100 speakers, and the chance to network with over 300 leading industry suppliers.
Leading industry players including FSI, SWG, Trimble, Vanti, from June 1st as well as your Workspace will be designed for appointments once the platform opens for meetings.
For all those keen to wait the live show, fortunately that Europe’s largest dedicated in-person facilities event will go back to London’s ExCeL in-may 2022.
Chris Edwards, Group Director at Informa Markets, said: “We’ve worked tremendously hard alongside our venue and contractor partners to provide an event that’s both safe and successful for several involved, but it’s become clear that with the ongoing international travel disruption and general uncertainty due to the pandemic that transitioning to a captivating online experience that the complete international security community could be part of may be the right move to make.
“Our virtual event, Facilities Show Connect, will offer you delegates and suppliers the opportunity to get together online and we anticipate delivering an in-person group of events at a scale our customers are accustomed to seeing in 2022.”
TUESDAY 8 JUNE
10:00, 10:45 & 11:30 Product demos plus live Q&A’s from ACCO, Denis Zeelo and Rawlins.
14:00 Your day is rounded off with a panel debate on the continuing future of the workplace by MRI PROPERTY Software.
WEDNESDAY 9 JUNE
10:00 & 10:45 SWG and Planon product demos with live Q&A
12:00 Digital FM: Accelerate Your Cost Saving, Engagement and compliance Strategies with the most recent Facilities Management Technology.
Providing a high-quality FM service now increasingly must include a clear knowing that the recipients of this service are section of a global that demands full transparency and a seamless involvement in the execution of the service. This imperceptible interaction with the service recipient is increasingly necessary to be delivered utilising technology that behaves in a manner that is totally familiar and accepted by them. Design therefore, efficiency and usability are fundamental areas of modern FM technology.
- Chris Edwards, Group Director, Informa Markets
- Mike Brooman, CEO, Vanti
- Alan Rose, CEO, CadM
- Paul Bullard, Business Strategy Director, FSI (FM Solutions) limited
14:00 & 14:45 Your Workspace, SimPRO product demos with live Q&A
THURSDAY 10 JUNE
10:00, 10:45, 11:30 & 12:15 Elogbooks, Fsi @Yourservice, CADM, Dutchview product demos
14:00 Data Driven Decision Making
Insight from Service Works’ FM Software Survey show a big portion of FMs are actually integrating their CAFM system with a minumum of one other system to boost data accuracy and streamline services. Technology such as for example BIM platforms, BMS, health & safety, space management or CAD help develop a single version of the fact FMs can simply access and manage effectively.
The Panel will outline how effective CAFM and data driven decision making can improve building performance and help generate tangible ROI for users.
- Sara Bean, Editor, FMJ
- Edward Payne, Chief Engineer, Kettering General Hospital
- Hazel Bedson, Strategy Director, Service Works Global