|Event Name: ORAT World Summit 2017
Event Date: 12 – 15 September 2017
Event Location: Singapore
Contact Email: email@example.com
Event Website: http://www.equip-global.com/orat-summit-2017
Join renowned airport operators who have been through ORAT process and successfully prepared for commencement of daily operations at new airport facility at Equip Global’s ORAT Summit 2017 in Singapore! Taking place on 12 – 15 September 2017, the conference will focus on sharing key lessons learned and best practices in improving availability and readiness of equipment and systems, improving staff’s preparedness to familiarize working in new airport facilities which will ensure your airport is ready by airport opening date.
You should attend if you are Directors / Heads / Managers / Planners / Officers / Specialists of of Airport Operators, Aviation Authorities & Ministries of Transportation dealing with:
• Operational Readiness/ ORAT
• Special Projects/ Development Projects
• Project Delivery
• Construction/ Building/ Terminal
• Airport Management/ Operations
– 4 Exclusive Workshops ALSO available in this 4-Day Summit programme.
** EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNTS are available for Members of IFMA Singapore. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!
The 4th International Skyrise Greenery Conference, held alongside GreenUrbanScape Asia, is back on 9 – 10 Nov 2017 at Singapore EXPO!
As a Supporting Organisation, International Facility Management Association (IFMA) (Singapore Chapter) members will be eligible for a special conference rate of SGD 560* (before GST).
*20% Discount + Early Bird (till 30 Jun 2017).
Usual Price: SGD 850.
Register Here: http://bit.ly/2rmSq50 (alternative, you can key in the promo code: ISGC17IFMA to enjoy the special rate)
WasteMET Asia Symposium 2017.
Organised by WMRAS and SingEx Exhibitions, the biennial symposium will be a 2-day conference and exhibition held from 19 – 20 October 2017 at Singapore EXPO, Hall 2B. Themed “REINVENT: Transform the Industry”, will explore technologies and digital trends to transform businesses models and processes, improve productivity and deepen enterprises capabilities. With the success of the past three editions, this year’s symposium we are expanding the exhibit element and is expecting to gather over 500 business owners, technology and solutions provider, policy influencers and young entrepreneurs whom can contribute to drive innovations and enhance the sector’s infrastructure from Singapore and through our Asia Pacific Alliance.
The effects of aging population and ever increasing appetite for better services are putting immense pressure
on our existing infrastructure. The rise in standard of living among citizens creates the need for more
applications and services. These new changes will propel countries to attain developed nation status. The Asia
Pacific Smart Cities forum is a platform where various sectors converge to explore new business opportunities
and take the lead in the smart cities movement.
Addressing smart city funding. Who pays the bill?
“So long as there is a structure and there are people inside of it, that is where facility management has a role. We connect the facility with the people,” said International Facility Management Association (IFMA), Singapore Chapter, President Tony Khoo.
The misconception, though, is that facility management is just about cleaning and maintenance.
“That is only a small part of what we do. Our role is to support the requirements of our tenants, such as being able to maintain operations 24 hours a day without downtime. The operations are different for different types of buildings and a facility manager will need to understand this,” clarified Tony.
Join Planon on June 22 for a case study webinar with Michael Miller, the Database Project Coordinator at First National Bank.
He will share how this financial services company has been transitioning from ineffective spreadsheets to an efficient reactive maintenance regime.
In this 45-minute webinar, you will learn about:
- 10 common business issues from not having the basics in place
- 4 steps to avoid these problems
- How First National Bank handles reactive maintenance work orders for 400 banking locations across multiple states
- Michael’s recommendations for other organisations looking to build a strong maintenance foundation.
This global webinar is being held on June 22 at 22:30 PM SGT.
If this time does not work for you, register anyway and the recording will be sent to you afterwards.