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  • Is outsourcing set to suit more SMEs: Andrew PorterOutsourcing should always favour the right company for the client organisation and part of that means that they should be of the right size, i.e. a company that is too small simply won't be able to deliver or fund delivery and a company that is too large won't always give it the focus it needs. 01 April 2019
  • Is outsourcing set to suit more SMEs: James BradleyThe FM services market provides its customers with a lot of choice. There is a proposition or delivery model to suit every preference, and the viewpoint from the mid-market is a positive one, a secure one, and most definitely a sustainable one. 01 April 2019
  • Is outsourcing set to suit more SMEs: Julian FrisIs outsourcing favouring the smaller players? This isn't the case yet. It is really a question of risk; clients need assurances now more than they ever have, and there is still reticence about taking a gamble on a smaller player. 01 April 2019
  • Is outsourcing set to suit more SMEs: Ashley kirkIn my 12 years in the FM industry I've noticed a swing away from using smaller, local businesses to buying facilities services from the larger, more well-known companies. 01 April 2019
  • Is outsourcing set to suit more SMEs: Mike BoxallOver the past couple of years there has been a trend for larger organisations to be dismissed simply for being big and the assumption that the client won't get the same level of attention as they would from a smaller company. 01 April 2019
  • Is outsourcing set to suit more SMEs: Paul SkeltonIn some market sectors, for clients, customers and end users there has always been a belief or requirement that if you 'think big' you'll receive a better service delivery, better quality, lower cost with the governance and de-risk attached. 01 April 2019
  • Is outsourcing set to suit more SMEs: Phil RokerThere certainly has been a shift towards the bundling of services in recent years, however, we've found that central London B&I clients have shown that they often want a specialist to deliver services such as catering, hospitality and reception where there is a huge impact on the workplace well-being of staff and the impression they give to their clients. 01 April 2019
  • Is outsourcing set to suit more SMEs: Stephen GathergoodThe market has changed. No longer is facilities management the business that it was five let alone 10 years ago. 01 April 2019
  • All aboardLisa Hofen encourages people in FM to join the IWFM Board. 01 April 2019
  • Working on the outsidePrisoners should have better training in prison to help them find employment on the outside, says Dan Hayes. 01 April 2019
  • UK market falls shortWith outsourcing on the decline in the UK, going green is the way forward, says David Tan. 01 April 2019
  • No well-being, no hopeWe're designing, managing and maintaining our workspaces poorly because we fail to value our people properly. 01 April 2019
  • On both sides of the fenceThe last five months have provided a really insightful shift in perspective for me within the FM landscape. From being very much on one side of the client versus supplier fence, I now have the ability to work within both. The reason? 29 March 2019
  • Finding passion at workI'm 18 months into my apprenticeship and it has been brilliant. I've gained experience and insight into so many aspects of FM. 29 March 2019
  • Celebrate your differenceIt irritates me when people talk about equality in the workplace and say, We should treat everybody the same. It's often said in the context of gender and it annoys me. Everyone is an individual and should be respected as such no matter what gender they are. 08 March 2019
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