Registrations are now open to facilities and workplace management professionals to attend Total Facilities, Australia’s largest industry exhibition, held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from Wednesday April 6 to Thursday April 7.
Returning to Melbourne with an exciting new proposition, Total Facilities will provide the ultimate destination for professionals concerned with the built environment and workplace management, showcasing a host of cutting edge products and solutions to create more efficient, sustainable and productive facilities and workplaces.
David Skilton, Total Facilities Event Manager, said the event would be a place to source innovation and network with peers to debate current issues and share insights.
He also said it would act as an important platform for the industry to connect in order to build an influential community of professionals.
“Total Facilities is held annually to champion Australia’s facilities and workplace management professionals, as well as to encourage a sense of belonging and advocacy for the unsung heroes and behind the scenes enablers,” Mr Skilton said.
More than 160 suppliers will be on the show floor and are relevant to:
- Cleaning and maintenance
- Green buildings
- Health safety and environment
- Technology and software
- Workplace solutions
Total Facilities’ free education program will again be running concurrently over the event’s two days and will include an impressive line-up of expert speakers discussing forefront trends, disruptive technologies and practical solutions that will help participants in their day to day to run more efficient facilities and mentally healthy workplaces. Speakers for the program will be announced in early February.
To register to attend this free event, for updates on the education program, or for details on how to become an exhibitor, visit www.totalfacilities.com.au
Jessica Brophy, Truth Agency
Phone: 03 9663 4171 or 0431 268 549
Felicity Parker, Diversified Communications
Phone: 03 9261 4628
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