BIFM supports Workplace Week 2017

10-07-17 10:52 BIFM

BIFM is supporting Workplace Week 2017 to celebrate and showcase workplace innovation and creativity.

Now in its fifth consecutive year, Workplace Week 2017 takes place from 13 November, offering a dynamic programme of events, including a host of new workplace tours at some of the most innovative workspaces across London and beyond.

Organised by workplace consultancy Advanced Workplace Associates, the week-long celebration will see organisations that have never before opened the doors to their headquarters in this way, including some of the world’s biggest food, travel, technology, financial and creative organisations.

BIFM chief executive Linda Hausmanis said: “BIFM is pleased to be supporting Workplace Week again this year, offering FM professionals the chance to explore and be inspired by some of the most iconic, innovative and creative workplaces in the UK.

“As evidenced in The Workplace Advantage report published by the Stoddart Review, of which BIFM is the host organisation, FM has a unique role to play in the creation and management of workplaces that support employee productivity and contribute to business performance, and Workplace Week is the ideal opportunity to gain insights from some of the organisations leading the way in the dynamic and smarter use of Britain’s work spaces and facilities.”

Some of the award-winning big names already confirmed include fresh food subscription start-up Hello Fresh, Australian investment bank Macquarie Group, digital platform provider ZPG, travel experts Expedia and digital print and design specialist Moo.

To find out more about all of the workplaces taking part in Workplace Week 2017, and to book tickets, visit You can also join the conversation by using the Twitter hashtag #WorkplaceWeek.

All proceeds from Workplace Week 2017 will be donated to BBC Children in Need.

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