Emrill, the leading Facilities Management company in the UAE, today announced Innovation Sponsorship at the 1st Middle East Facility Management Association (MEFMA) Annual Conference, being held on the 11th and 12th of March, at the Al Multaqua Ballroom, Dubai World Trade Centre.
The MEFMA Annual conference will see over 300 delegates from the region including VIP's and government officials, coming together to learn, share and network about the advances in Facilities Management throughout the Middle East region.
As an industry leader, Emrill constantly innovates finding new and improved solutions for their Clients including a recently launched successful Online Customer Portal, which provides a unique online application for Emrill customers to manage their services, pay bills and access support anywhere in the world with a click of a button.
Ben Churchill, Managing Director, Emrill said: “As a founding member of MEFMA, Emrill’s participation in this event as Innovation Sponsor reaffirms our commitment to the Industry. In an ever evolving industry, Emrill offers world class facilities services implementing innovative technologies and methods to provide our customers with quality services that are cost effective and environmentally friendly.”
The award-winning facilities management company was the first to offer services online allowing for a simplified customer experience and service which provides clients with the most convenient solutions.
The MEFMA Annual Conference is playing host to many international speakers including Donald Trump, Greg Lindsay and Alain Robert "Spiderman", to provide valuable insights into an industry that is expanding at an exceptional pace.
Emrill offers innovative solutions tailored to support master developments, residential communities, leisure, hospitality, infrastructure, corporate and commercial complexes.
With a workforce of over 4000 staff directly employed, allowing a greater control on quality and flexibility, Emrill commands a steady growth since its formation with the expertise of its operating company, Carillion Plc and shareholders which include Al-Futtaim Group and Emaar Properties.