First roundtable discussion for FM Business Daily

Having launched new elements within the FM Business Daily media brand throughout last year, 2023 is continuing in the same vein. Proof of this can be seen in the staging of the first roundtable discussion, which took place at the KI Europe showroom and office in New Fetter Lane, London.

Attended by a broad range of both large- and medium-size FM service providers, industry consultants and client-side FMs, the event discussed the numerous issues within the net zero carbon emissions journey.

The wide-ranging debate included the need for more SME companies to join the larger businesses in understanding and working towards net zero carbon emissions, the benefits of partnership working in achieving this, the need for higher levels of clarity around scope 3 emissions and many more areas of discussion.


Numerous compliments were received on the day and all of those present expressed interest in attending future discussions, with several also stating that their companies would like to sponsor their own roundtables.

Lunch was provided by Fooditude and included an inventive mix of freshly-prepared ingredients, including an extensive collection of vegetables, meat and a selection of desserts, all of which met with the approval of those present and contributed additional value to the event.

With an increasing number of live events due to be announced throughout the rest of this year, these will be further enhanced with the launch of FM Business Daily Communities to draw all the elements of the brand together.

A full report on the first roundtable will be included in the February issue of FM Director magazine and additionally included within the daily newsletters, website, and the FM Business Daily LinkedIn page.

Those wishing for more information on how to sponsor their own live events are invited to contact FM Business Daily managing director Cheryl Ellerington:

With future events likely to include attendance by client-side FMs, service providers, consultants and industry association representatives, those wishing to be involved are welcome to contact FM Business Daily managing editor Dennis Flower:

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