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Property inspection app InventoryBase celebrates fifth birthday with impressive business growth and customer loyalty
Property inventory and inspection reporting App, InventoryBase, is celebrating its fifth birthday with the release of its new 5.0 version, revenue doubling year on year since its launch and retaining 80 per cent of its customer base.
Incentive FM Group, the leading independent facilities services company, has announced it is to merge its latest acquisitions Comserve and ACE to create a single building and M&E services company.
Incentive QAS, the specialist cleaning arm of Incentive FM Group, has secured a major contract extension with Johnson Matthey, a global leader in science that provides cleaner air, improved health and more efficient use of natural resources. The new deal, which runs for three years with the option of a further two, strengthens the existing partnership between the companies who have worked together since 2012.
National trade body the Association of Noise Consultants (ANC) has unveiled the shortlist for its acclaimed Acoustic Awards programme.
SWC, the specialist window cleaning business within Incentive FM Group is inviting delegates at the Facilities Show to show off their window cleaning skills at Stand M810.
Facilities Management is one of the most exciting industries to be in at the moment, because of its potential to shape the future. But what's holding it back?
The landlord levy raised £1.64 billion in the tax year ending March 31, 2017, which is one billion pounds more than the Treasury estimated when the controversial tax was announced in 2015.