Capital show for Intersafe

Tags: Facilities,
Date: Tue 02 Feb 2016

The world's largest dedicated Facilities Show is setting up shop at its prestigious new venue ExCeL London in June.

The world's largest dedicated Facilities Show issetting up shop at its prestigious new venue ExCeL London and Intersafe will be in the thick of the action.

The Facilities Show 2014, which runs from 17 to 19 June, will showcase the latest and most innovative facilities and estates management products and services available.

More than 400 suppliers and specialists will be on hand to share knowledge, debate current issues and find bespoke solutions and products for the varied needs of facilities professionals.

Last year's event in Birmingham was hailed a massive success after it was given a new dimension after the merger of the Facilities Show Live and The FM Event. The re-launched trade show at the NEC attracted 13,500 visitors - and this year's event promises to be bigger and even better.

Managing director of Intersafe, Adrian Pendle, said the Facilities Show is an important event for facilities managers looking to source best value products and services from across the UK and beyond.

He said: "We are looking forward to attending this year's show, which is now in its 15th year and has moved to the prominent ExCeL site. It is a great opportunity to meet others involved in facilities management and find out about the latest innovations and services.

"In past years, we have met potential clients at the show to explain how we deliver essential electrical testing to a wide range of companies. We have safeguarded organisations across the UK through Periodic Testing, PAT Testing and thermal imaging for over a decade and we look forward to fulfilling that service for the next ten years and more."

;Adrian added: "The Facilities Show 2014 will be an opportunity to connect with others in the industry, find solutions from over 400 suppliers, gain insight and inspiration from influential industry experts and advice from fellow FMs who have adopted highly successful facilities management strategies."