Australia-based Diversified Communications Buys Total Facilities Expo

March 9, 2014

Diversified Communications in Australia, a division of Diversified Business Communications, has added the Total Facilities Expo to its ever-expanding portfolio.

Total Facilities Expo was established by National Media and now is Australia's largest industry gathering of facility planners, specifiers, designers and managers.

“We look forward to working with the Facility Management Association and thought leaders within the industry to continue growing and developing the show,” said Matt Pearce, Diversified Communications’ managing director.

He added that industry insights and a focus on education would remain a key emphasis.

"It is estimated that the facility management industry employs over 200,000 workers and contributes over $20 million to the Australian economy, making it a very valuable opportunity and addition to our trade and professional offering," Pearce said.

Diversified Communications will run the 2015 Total Facilities Expo March 25-16 at the new Sydney Exhibition Centre at Glebe Island.

Total Facilities Expo represents more than 65 industry categories including maintenance and repair products, predictive and preventative maintenance technologies, energy reduction and management solutions, workplace safety, security and interiors.  

Visitors are responsible for the management, maintenance and sustainability of large buildings, facilities, and infrastructure.  

Total Facilities Expo will be a part of a portfolio that includes the Security Exhibition and Conference, Australasian Waste & Recycling Exhibition, designEX, DesignBUILD and Integrate.

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