ARCHIBUS Foundation Director Talks Wellness, Growing FM
The European Facilities Management Conference (EFMC) gathered to exchange ideas in Sofia, Bulgaria, co-sponsored by the ARCHIBUS Foundation.
Listen to ARCHIBUS Foundation Director Ian Gelling on the ground in Sofia discussing wellness, the future of FM, and LOOF, an initiative to create a social network for the FM community. #rockthesocks
00:32 The ARCHIBUS Foundation Mission
01:32 Nurturing the FM Community
02:04 LOOF, a social network for Facilities Management (FM)
03:02 Why wellness matters in FM
03:48 Developing the FM profession
04:55 Why ARCHIBUS participates in EFMC
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