From Resilience to Recovery: Innovative Solutions Driving Change in the FM market


November 17, 2020 | 14:00 - 15:00 CET

This is a collaborative event between RICS and Drees & Sommer. 

As part of the digital event, the ‘European FM Provider Report’, a joint project between Drees & Sommer and RICS, will be officially launched. The report aims to show the market coverage of the major FM providers in Europe and create transparency for all market players. It will cover FM companies providing integrated FM services operating in more than one European country. The report will be accessible online for free after the launch. 


  1. Presentation of the ‘European FM Provider Report’
    Christoph Heer, Associate Partner and Managing Director, Drees & Sommer Switzerland
  2. Panel discussion
    -     Steve Morris, Global Head of FM, RICS

    Panel speakers:
    -     Paul Bagust, RICS Global Property Standards Director
    -     Phil Ratcliffe, Associate Partner and Managing Director, Drees & Sommer UK
    -     Andrew Sugars, Chief Corporate Development Officer Atalian 
    -     Goran Milanov, Chair of EuroFM, CEO of VIDAKO
    -     Seweryna Afanasjew MRICS, RICS Europe World Regional Board member, UPC CEE
          Real Estate, Facilities & Energy Head

If you have further queries, please get in touch with us: international.communications(at)

Location: The event takes place digitally. You will receive the dial-in link in a separate mail two days before the event.

Date of the event: November 17, 2020 | 14:00 - 15:00 CET


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