The HE estates Forum is back - LIVE!

STABLE Events is hosting the HE estates Forum – Live - on November 18-19 at The Slate Conference and Exhibition Centre, part of the University of Warwick.

The popular and winning formula of our HE estates Forum includes hearing from experts, engaging with relevant and innovative suppliers in pre-arranged meetings, while also having discussions with your peers and potential business partners, as well as social activity across the 1½ days.

This year’s seminar theme will be: How to design and build for the future student Topics under discussion will include:

  • Shaping sustainable FE and HE estates
  • How to refurbish the aged university estate
  • The future of student accommodation
  • Updated plans for carbon reduction in design and build in colleges, and HE sector
  • Modern methods of construction
  • Innovations needed to accommodate the 2021 student
  • Mixed use developments – how to maximise your university estate and work with your community.

A range of expert speakers is being finalised over the next few weeks. And if you or your company would like to contribute to the speaker sessions, please send an outline of your proposal to Georgie Smith - details opposite page.

The HE estates Forum is a must[1]attend event for a wide range of people, including: university estates and facilities professionals; architects; contractors; project managers; M&E managers; and other senior level professionals looking to enhance their current HE estates building projects.

In a series of carefully arranged meetings held across the day and a half at Warwick, delegates can meet with their peers and engage in face to face business discussions. Many attendees are looking to extend their supply chain options, and can pursue these opportunities in 1-2-1 meetings of their choice.

The high-ranking university boasts a wealth of impressive buildings and facilities on campus, including a recently opened £49m sports and wellness hub.

Warwick is currently developing its campus with a £250m investment programme, which will deliver a new Arts Centre and Faculty of Arts Building as well as a £54m Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building. How to take part There are two ways to participate in the HEE Forum at Warwick – either as a project delegate, which gives you the chance to talk to a wide range of specialist suppliers, or as a supplier, which gives you guaranteed face-to-face meetings with a range of potential clients. The benefits of attending as a project delegate are: • Full access to our seminar programme, including interactive Q/A Session

  • 1-2-1 pre-matched business meetings with suppliers of your choice
  • Opportunity to network with your peers
  • Extensive social programme including gala dinner and networking drinks receptions
  • Complimentary accommodation for 1- 2 nights
  • Printed directory of all attendees for future reference
  • All refreshments included complimentary

To express interest in attending as a project delegate, or learn more about the event, please visit: https://www.hee-forum.co.uk/project[1]delegates/registration-form/

Alternatively, contact Georgie Smith, Sales Executive: [email protected][1]events.co.uk

The benefits of attending as a supplier are:

  • You select who you would like to meet with
  • Our project delegates also request meetings with you
  • You are sent your meetings schedule before the forum so that you can prepare for each of your meetings
  • You spend quality, uninterrupted time with the key decision makers
  • You network, build relationships and get to know the key individuals in the industry
  • In addition to your meetings there are numerous networking opportunities over coffee breaks, lunches, drinks receptions and our Gala Dinner
  • Limited competition – we restrict the number of companies per product category
  • Includes accommodation and all meals – and no extras!

To express interest in attending as a supplier, or to learn more about the event, please contact Stable Events Sales Director Julian Walter: [email protected]

First-class result at Warwick: testimonials from the last event

The last HE estates Forum (HE) Forum held face to face, was also at Warwick University, two years ago. It delivered ideas, knowledge and stimulating insights to over 100 senior members of the university building and maintenance world.

“I just wanted to say how much we enjoyed the event. I think this is a really useful and effective way of meeting architects/specifiers and new customers that we might not normally get in front of.” Nigel Pugh, National Sales Manager, Jaymart

“I really enjoyed your event at Warwick. The venue was brilliant and easy for me to get to, the facilities really were fantastic. It was really informative for the projects I have on the go.”

Jo Mathieson, Head of Facilities Management, Edinburgh Leisure

 

For more information about the HEE Forum, visit: www.hee-forum.co.uk

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