The Baltimore Convention Center was humming with activity at the fifteenth annual National Facilities Management and Technology Show (NFMT) March 10-12. This year facilities executives from all 50 states and 17 foreign countries, along with industry experts and leading suppliers came together to learn, share ideas, network and advance the FM profession. We would like to thank the attendees, exhibitors, sponsors, speakers, convention center staff and event staff for making NFMT 2015 a success.
Make NFMT Baltimore your first stop in 2016. The largest free conference and product expo for facilities professionals in the United States returns to the Baltimore Convention Center March 22-24, 2016.
The National Facilities Management and Technology (NFMT) Conference and Expo is a Free three-day event that gives you customizable facilities management training, product discovery and unlimited networking. Your take-aways will be new best practices, operational strategies, tricks of the trade, new relationships, fresh ideas and innovative solutions that will help you manage your facilities more productively. It's all in one place, at one time. If you are in any way involved in facilities management, maintenance or operations, NFMT is for you!
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The NFMT Educational lineup is carefully crafted to ensure that all aspects of the FM professional are addressed. The 120+ sessions are organized under 12 different tracks so you can customize your learning experience.
NFMT is the only place you can see thousands of new products and solutions from more than 500 top manufacturers all under one roof. No matter what your need, you are sure to find it in the NFMT Exhibit Hall. It's the ideal place to compare products and services from competing suppliers all in one place.
This year's conference presenters represent some of the brightest minds in facilities management. You'll learn from FMs who practice what they preach including top leaders at Delta, the University of Arizona, Marriott, Fannie Mae, General Motors, Ernst & Young the General Services Administration, and more.