This previous month, the IFMA World Workplace conference brought together dozens of market experts, hundreds of facility management professionals, and an impressive array of industry influencers to drive the conversation. The result? 3 days filled with valuable content, profitable new business connections, and fresh perspectives on the entire state of the industry.
The IFMA 2019 conference is a must if you have anything to do with facilities management.
Hosted by the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), the World Workplace 2019 Conference & Expo is the #1 place to learn about trends, technology and opportunities in facilities management.
Professionals from across the world will gather from October 16 - 18 in sunny Phoenix, AZ. They’ll hear from experts, mingle with peers, and gather information to inform decisions for their businesses.
If you’re still debating whether or not to attend, we’ve got 5 compelling reasons that will convince you to add this event to your calendar.
The Weather Outside if Frightful – Helping Your Locations Weather the Storm Shouldn’t Be
As I write this, a storm of potentially “historic proportions” is getting ready to hit the Northeast. Surely your first thoughts are about protecting the safety of your staff, customers and visitors. Ours are as well and we hope everyone is safe and that property damage and business interruptions are minimal. Once immediate safety concerns are addressed, business leaders who have been trusted with real estate management have an additional duty to understand the impact of severe weather on each location and sort through the obligations it entails. Here are a few ways that AMTdirect’s visualized location management solution can help.
Perhaps not everyone thinks about it this way, but facility management personnel are at the forefront of the company’s risk and reputation management strategy. How you manage and maintain your company’s facilities has a direct impact on how customers, employees and other visitors perceive the organization’s concern for the safety and comfort of the occupants of its facilities. Here are a few ways that business leaders can ensure that each facility enhances, rather than damages the reputation of your business.