- 11-12 September 2014 - Association of Chief Estates Surveyors (ACES) Conference 2014 - London
The Technology Forge is delighted to announce it will be sponsoring the ACES Conference 2014. Following over a decade of support for the event, we will once again be exhibiting at the conference which is the annual two day gathering of public sector property professionals in one place at one time. Delegates will meet to be updated on the latest issues affecting their profession, to exchange and disseminate good practice and to enjoy the most highly anticipated ACES event of the year, including the renowned ACES gala dinner. This year's event is being held at the Grange St Paul's Hotel, London. Full details about the event including how to book your place can be found here.
- 17 September 2014 - Holyrood's Asset Management Conference - Our Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh
The Technology Forge will be exhibiting at Holyrood's Asset Management Conference for the third consecutive year. This year's event focusses on the importance of effective implementation and collaboration in asset management, the latest ISO 55000 standards released in 2014 and driving culture change to support asset management strategy. Full details of the event, including how to register, can be found here.
- 23 September 2014 - The Future of Public Sector Property & Estates Conference - University of Salford, Manchester
For the first time, The Technology Forge is exhibiting at this Manchester based conference which is highly relevant to heads of facilities management, asset managers, business managers, directors of property, finance directors, heads of shared services, directors of corporate services, heads of sustainability, heads of property services and heads of development in the public and private sectors. The conference will provide delegates with an opportunity to receive an update on the government's vision for rationalising and transforming public sector estates. Delegates will examine leading best practice case studies that deliver practical insights into effective methods for securing cost reductions and modernising workplaces to deliver a more efficient public sector estate. Full details can be found here.