Facilities Management Middle East's Power 50by Devina Divecha on Dec 29, 2012
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Facilities Management Middle East has compiled its first annual list of the GCC's 50 most powerful individuals in the FM industry.
The facilities management industry in the region has been steadily growing over the last few years, and because of its current, busy nature, we realised it was time to recognise the influential figures of FM in the GCC with Facilities Management Middle East’s inaugural power list.
How was the list compiled? We defined power as influence. Essentially, the more people you can influence, the more powerful you are.
We shortlisted people from every section of the industry — integrated facilities management, security, cleaning, energy services, pest control, waste management, and even included suppliers and academics. We should make it clear that the power list is not scientific, and only represents our own analysis of the balance of power in the facilities management industry.
Putting this list together was a challenge, but the power these 50 individuals collectively represent packs a mighty punch. We hope this list generates debate and discussion within the community, and will mark the start of an annual look at the movers and shakers of the FM industry in the GCC region.
This special report features all 50 of the names who made the top 50 and details about each of them. Click on the links below to find out more:
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