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Secure your entry to Total Facilities 2015

08-12-2014
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Registrations are now open to attend Total Facilities 2015, Australia’s largest industry gathering for facility and building professionals.

To be held at Sydney Exhibition Centre, Glebe Island, from March 25-26 next year, the exhibition is expected to attract local and international professionals concerned with the design, modernisation, sustainability, operations, maintenance and management of the built environment.

For the first time Total Facilities 2015 is being organised by Diversified Communications. 

Diversified Communications Exhibition Director Brett Judd said facilities management is one of Australia’s fastest growing industries, with an estimated annual turnover of $60 billion.

“The role of the facility management professional is constantly diversifying with increased pressure to reduce costs and improve performance outcomes,” Mr Judd said.

“Total Facilities will directly address these challenges by connecting visitors with leading industry suppliers and experts to source the latest solutions, debate current issues, share insights and create opportunities for the facilities management community.

“Education and professional development will be a core focus of Total Facilities in 2015.”

The exhibition will feature the latest innovation from more than 70 product categories designed for the management, maintenance and sustainability of the built environment, and will connect more than 200 suppliers with around 2,500 clients and end-users.

For the first time, Total Facilities will include a New Product Showcase, where visitors will see and experience the best facility products to hit the Australian market in the last 12 months, including demonstrations and a live presentation for each new innovative product.

The showcase is sponsored by global leaders in the elevator and escalator industry, KONE.

For further information, to register to attend this free event, or for details on how to become an exhibitor, visit www.totalfacilities.com.au

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