Key industry figures set to speak out on major industry issues

Designed to tackle some of the most important challenges the industry has ever faced, The Building Services Forum will take place at The Building Centre in central London on Thursday 8th February 2018, organised by BSEE magazine and its publisher, Datateam Business Media.

BSEE editor, Debbie Eales, comments: “Our aim is for The Building Services Forum to become a regular platform for debate, discussion and innovation, providing inspiration to specifiers and installers and others involved in this important sector.

“Key themes, such as cyber security and ‘well buildings’, will offer thought-provoking content with the bonus of being able to gain valuable CPD credits.”

Delegates will also have the opportunity to extend the debate during Q&A sessions at the end of each seminar.

There are a number of important issues facing the industry, says FETA’s chief executive Russell Beattie: “BREXIT is an enormously complex issue. Irrespective of how (and when) the formal departure is managed our industry will still need to be working cooperatively on such topics as standards and regulations. Likewise, with climate change driven issues.

“The Grenfell Tower disaster is another area which deserves to be given prominence. There will undoubtedly be calls for change to all manner of processes and procedures and it is incumbent on industry to play a full and constructive part in ensuring the right lessons are both learnt but more importantly acted upon consistently moving forwards.”

“The industry knows how important and influential the Forum is going be, so it’s perhaps no surprise that people have decided to book early and make it a firm date in the calendar, “says event manager Jacqui Henderson. “For anyone who hasn’t booked yet but has penciled the date in, I’d say book now to avoid disappointment.”

Your place will include:

  • An inspiring full day’s CPD accredited seminar programme with the opportunity to join in the debate by asking questions
  • Networking with sponsors, exhibitors and speakers during ‘Break Out’ sessions
  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshments with your industry colleagues

For more information about the full seminar programme click here and to book your place at just £175 click here.