Public Sector FM Event

The first in a series of regional FM events will now be held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on the 12th November 2019.

If you are involved in Facilities/Estates Management in any capacity within your organisation, then the Public Sector FM Event ( is a must attend event.

Tea/Coffee will be available all day and a complimentary lunch will be available to those who pre-register so if you and/or your colleagues would be interested in attending, please register now. You can either fill out your details using the form below or email your details through to

Join us and you will find approximately 25 exhibitors offering advice on all aspects of Facilities Management including: 

  • Fusion21
  • Glasdon UK
  • Infraspeak
  • P & I Generators
  • Keytracker
  • Gemini Data Loggers
  • Consult Us
  • Earlsmann
  • Niyaa People
  • West Mercia Energy
  • BLE Lighting
  • Energy Management LLP
  • Graphic Arts Group
  • Carbon Trust
  • Haulotte
  • Vikan
  • Blackthorn Fire
  • Killis

There is also the opportunity to network with your peers and colleagues, a rare opportunity to build new partnerships and create new connections on a face-to-face level that can prove invaluable to your business.

There will also be a seminar program tackling key issues from within the FM industry including :

  • Smart Cities and the Public Sector
  • The Pro’s and Con’s of Lighting Controls
  • Ensuring Business Continuity
  • Simple Temperature Monitoring that Works
  • Procurement strategy for energy and mitigating external risk factors
  • How to create cost and energy savings with the Energy Technology List

There is no charge to attend for FM professionals.

To register, simply fill out the registration form below!*

*Our exhibitors will be given a list of all registered delegates including name, job title and email address to follow up interest at the event. By registering to attend you are giving permission for your information to be shared with just the exhibitors of the Public Sector FM Event. If you wish to opt out of this, please can you let us know via email –

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