FM EXPO Saudi and Saudi Clean Expo to debut next week
FM EXPO Saudi 2017 will make its debut next week, running between 15-17 January, at the Jeddah Centre for Forums & Events.
The event is one of two dedicated exhibitions running for the first time, with Saudi Clean Expo also co-located on site, along with the established HVAC R Expo Saudi.
“This suite of co-located events will give visitors the chance to explore product and service innovations, enjoy exceptional networking opportunities and participate in free educational programmes,” said Alexis Wheatley, Event Director for dmg events Middle East, Asia & Africa, organisers of FM EXPO Saudi 2017.
Saudi Arabia represents the largest facilities management market in the GCC, and is on the rise from being worth an estimated $20.3bn in 2014, to a forecast $29bn by 2017. “We are very optimistic about the facilities management market in Saudi Arabia,” says Saleh Al Rajhi, General Manager, Advanced Facilities Management, the headline sponsor of FM EXPO Saudi 2017. “It’s an exciting time to be in Saudi Arabia as it grows and we are truly looking to invest in the education and development of the market by actively contributing to sharing knowledge and best practice,” he says.
FM EXPO Saudi 2017 is advancing industry knowledge through a programme of free-to-attend education events that take place over the three days. The Facilities Management Leaders’ Conference headlines the programme with a selection of sessions exploring the issues the industry faces in key sectors from hospitality and education to aviation and healthcare.
The conference will be followed by a series of MEFMA and certified workshops, on days two and three of the event, which will tackle some of the practical challenges facing those that work in the industry every day.
FM EXPO Saudi, Saudi Clean Expo and the co-located HVAC R Expo Saudi, as well as the conference and CPD workshops are all free to attend, but visitors must register to do so. Places at the conference and CPD workshops will be limited, so registering in advance is recommended.
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