The International Facility Management Expo (iFaME) 2017 is the most highly supported facility management (FM) show in Singapore and the leading trade and business platform in Asia for FM equipment, supplies, and technologies, as well as a launch pad for new product innovations. It’s not only a showcase of relevant products in FM, but also an invaluable opportunity for industry professionals to further their knowledge and build contacts within the industry through a combination of exhibitions and conferences.
iFaME 2017 is the place to market and present your FM technology and products while networking with key industry professionals. The show is host to the International Facility Management Conference where delegates are given an opportunity to explore a showcase of services, technologies, and innovative products. This premier event incorporates a program of cutting-edge presentations and high-powered discussions to highlight the key issues and challenges faced in the current workplace environment. It is the most influential annual event for the facility management industry to keep abreast of new technological improvements.
iFaME is part of Architecture & Building Services (ABS) 2017 and held in conjunction with ArchXpo 2017, LED+Light Asia 2017, Safety & Security Asia 2017, Fire & Disaster Asia 2017, and Work Safe Asia 2017, making ABS 2017 a comprehensive and integrated platform for all building needs under one roof!
The 2016 Edition of ABS hosted 174 exhibitors and 7,725 visitors from 50 countries. The 2017 edition expects to see some 250 exhibitors and 9,000 trade professionals and visitors. For more information, see the ABS 2016 Post Event Report.
The United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement has been in effect since
January 1, 2004, and “has helped increase U.S. exports, improve U.S. competitiveness around the globe, secure a U.S. presence in Southeast Asia, and provide a standard of free trade that encourages a high level of liberalization. Doing business in Singapore has become even easier, faster, cheaper, and more transparent. The FTA has given U.S. businesses and exporters even more access to one of the world’s biggest markets, Southeast Asia”. (Source: Export.gov)