FM EXPO Saudi and Saudi Clean Expo set to debut next year

SaudiFMFeaturing a high-level congress programme, and co-located with Saudi Clean Expo, FM EXPO Saudi will bring together key decision makers to network and will offer all those involved fantastic business development opportunities. (Image source: dmg events)Being the largest facilities management market in the GCC, Saudi Arabia’s sector is rising from being worth an estimated US$20.3bn in 2014 to a forecasted US$29bn by 2017

This increase in value could in part be fuelled by Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, which sets out enhancing the liveability of Saudi Arabian cities as one of its broad objectives, while the country’s National Transformation Plan, includes improving facilities management across its healthcare infrastructure among its more specific targets.

It is into this promising market that FM Expo Saudi 2017 and Saudi Clean Expo will launch, at the Jeddah Centre for Forum & Events, in 15-17 January. Organised by dmg events Middle East, Asia & Africa, the exhibitions and the accompanying Facilities Management Leaders’ Conference replicate some of the company’s most successful international events.

“As the industry leaders, FM Expo Saudi 2017 and Saudi Clean Expo provide platforms for our speakers, exhibitors and visitors to learn from experts, delve into key industry influencing trends and discover new and innovative technologies,” said Alexis Wheatley, event director for dmg events.

“As Saudi Arabia sets out to protect and preserve the built assets it has invested in so heavily, the facilities management industry has a great opportunity to grow alongside this emerging demand.”

FM Expo Saudi, Saudi Clean Expo and HVAC R Expo Saudi, as well as the conference and CPD workshops are all free-to-attend, but visitors are advised to register.

Register for free now at www.register.fmexpo-saudi.com.

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