Dubai Land Department to support Middle East Facilities Management Conference

JumaBinHumaidanDubai Land Department (DLD) will provide support to the Middle East Facilities Management Conference (MEFMA Confex) through its strategic partnership with the Middle East Facilities Management Association (MEFMA)

The sixth edition of the conference will take place on 13-14 March 2017 at The Address Hotel in Dubai Marina.

DLD has confirmed that a delegation of senior management representatives will attend the conference, including Juma Bin Humaidan, deputy director of Dubai Land Department; Marwan Bin Ghalita, CEO of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA); and Mahmoud Al Burai, managing director of Dubai Real Estate Institute.

MEFMA Confex 2017 will see an elite group of facilities management decision-makers, pioneers and experts gathering to discuss the latest developments in the field and help shape a sustainable environment to support future socio-economic development.

Humaidan said, “The UAE’s facilities management sector has witnessed ongoing developments over the years, and has proven its competence and leading position on the global stage. The sector also supports the vision of our wise leadership for the UAE to excel in all fields.”

The conference attracts the attendance of facilities management experts from around the world, who enrich the discussion sessions and workshops by contributing in-depth views that promise to enhance the future of the sector.

It is expected that the facilities management sector will continue to evolve towards the highest international standards, thereby strengthening its pivotal role as a major player within the international market. The UAE is capable of providing competitive, first-rate facilities management services both regionally and globally, which has cemented its position as one of the most advanced nations in the world.

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