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Welcome to our latest Facilities Management Insights! In this edition, we unravel the intricacies of real-time environment perception, shedding light on the often-overlooked aspects of indoor spaces. Join us as we explore technological advancements, sustainable practices, and the pivotal role facilities management plays in shaping a circular economy.

In this thought-provoking session, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of:

Real-Time Environment Perception: Explore the need for real-time data to truly comprehend indoor environments, debunking the illusion of ideal spaces and revealing concerns about external pollutants.

Technological Imperatives: Recognise the limitations of traditional methods, advocating for advanced technologies like enhanced air filtration to optimise indoor air quality.

Sustainable Practices: Challenge the inefficiency and environmental impact of stripping and rebuilding office interiors repeatedly, encouraging a shift towards sustainable alternatives.

Circular Economy Contribution: Delve into the role of facilities management in fostering a circular economy, identifying opportunities for waste reduction and resource efficiency.

Environmental Footprint Considerations: Examine the broader impact of transit decisions on the carbon footprint, emphasising the interconnectedness of facilities management with environmental sustainability.

Host : Alex Wiffen

Guest speakers:

Nevo Ben-Shitrit – VP sales & business development APAC & EMEA at Molekule

Bronny Wilson – Regional Head of Europe at Equiem

Katherine Rose – Managing Director at Vervlife

We hope you find the discussion engaging and insightful! If you would ever be interested in joining us as a panelist please feel free to book a time into Alex’s diary to discuss –

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