World FM Day 2018: Everything you need to know
Today (May 16th) is World FM Day, a celebration of everything we love about our industry, so we’ve pulled together a digest of the key information you’ll need to get involved, plus the best of social media.
In the words of our friends at BIFM, World FM Day ‘aims to raise the profile of FM around the globe, promoting facilities management’s ideals, not only within the profession and industry, but also among governments and the general business community.’
What’s not to like about that? In fact, the BIFM website is a great place to start, with oodles of profile pieces on industry personalities, case studies, information on FM advocates around the world and FAQs on how to get involved.
You can also keep up to date with events real time on social media – If you’re a fan of Twitter, get involved by following the @WorldFMDay account and the #WorldFMDay hashtag.
We’ll be updating this story with links to the best of World FM Day on social media over the next 24 hours – So stay tuned!
Happy #WorldFM day to you all. Today is all about celebrating the importance of the #FacilitiesManagement profession and everyone that contributes to it. Get involved, raise awareness and most of all enjoy the day! pic.twitter.com/U4ZaUfFFKL
— BIFM (@BIFM_UK) May 16, 2018
Did you know today is #WorldFMDay. The theme is 'Enabling Positive Experiences', and @BIFM_UK are highlighting how facilities management plays an integral role in positive customer, client & employee experience in all sectors. pic.twitter.com/sKGlHRz7n7
— Office of Government Property (@UKGovProperty) May 16, 2018
Today is #WorldFMDay – an opportunity to celebrate the industry and shout about what we do. Think about all the people who enable you to do what you do even before you get to work!! Not all superheroes wear capes! #FacMan #facilitiesmanagement #BeProud pic.twitter.com/sjREcZDFOT
— Naomi Fry (@naomijfry) May 16, 2018
Today is #WorldFMDay I hope all my colleagues, Co-workers, suppliers and all that work in the industry take 5 minutes to reflect what an important role they play in keeping the workplace wheels turning.
You are all hero's pic.twitter.com/0nehCVl7R6
— Stephen Roots (@steveroots360FM) May 16, 2018
— Karolina Whilde (@KarolinaWhilde) May 16, 2018
— Liz Kentish (@Liz_Kentish) May 16, 2018