As the facilities management (FM) industry continues to grow, it’s important that you and your business keep up to date with current trends and developments in facilities management.
Take a look at our top 10 facilities management Twitter accounts you should be following here.
It comes as no surprise that this fortnightly magazine of the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) has over ten thousand followers. They regularly share topics of interest to FM professionals not only in the UK but also around the globe. To keep up to date with the latest news in the industry, make sure you’re following @IWFM_UK/a>.
Facilities Maintenance Decisions
With over five thousand Twitter followers, Facilities Maintenance Decisions (FMD) share a variety of issues such as building, funding and flooring. Their daily posts cover a range of topics every office or FM professional could learn from. You can find the magazine on Twitter @Maintenance_Mag.
Think FM is an annual conference from the BIFM and is designed to promote debate and future thinking to focus the FM profession on how it needs to evolve to deliver benefits to business, the economy and wider society. In between conferences, you’re able to follow them on Twitter at @IWFM_UK/a>.
The BIFM Awards recognise and showcase best-in-class FM and evidence its impact on business, the economy and society. Follow @BIFMAwards to find out if your business can get involved as either a sponsor or candidate here.
Facilities Management Journal
FMJ is a monthly magazine that provides industry-specific news to FM professionals in the private and public sectors. Join FMJ’s eleven thousand followers at @fmjtoday and keep up with the latest trends in the facilities management industry.
Tomorrow Facilities Management
Online facilities management magazine, Tomorrow’s FM not only provide coverage on current news stories and advancements in the industry, they also start conversations on their social channels to interact and engage with their audience. Get involved with interesting debates at @TomorrowsFM.
FM Guru offers advice, support and inspiration to those working in the FM industry. FM Guru’s founder Martin Pickard shares his tweets to almost four thousand people. Follow @thefmguru for daily updates and trending topics in the FM sector.
International Facility Management Association
IFMA is the world’s largest and most widely recognised international association for FM professionals. @IFMA stays active on Twitter by sharing talks from experts in the industry, so you’ll always be familiar with new trends and changes in your line of work.
I-FM is an online source for information about FM. If you want to keep up to date with current news in the facilities management field, makes sure you’re following @ifmnet.
Give @facilityexec a follow to keep up to date with modern practices, products and services in the FM industry.