In its quest to ensure Facilities Management (FM) further boosts Ghana’s rapidly growing Real Estate market, one of Africa’s leading Facilities Management Company, Alpha Mead Facilities &
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the dynamics of people, businesses and places. Real Estate: and the infrastructure that powers it: is at the centre of the change that is driving the new market order.
From corporate offices to residential estates; factories to industrial parks; government and the private sector, the market is responding to the pandemic in diverse ways.
While the real impact of the pandemic on the Real Estate and FM markets of most nations may be too early to call, the fact that the new realties driving the market require new strategies is not in doubt.
The 2021 edition of The Nigerian FM Roundtable – an annual thought-leadership and business-to-business policy roundtable of our Facilities Management subsidiary – therefore seeks to draw from the experiences, strategies and responses of market leaders in addressing the challenges and opportunities that came with the pandemic.
It also seeks to facilitate knowledge-sharing about how organizations across Africa are deriving value from their Real Estate assets, despite developments like remote working, social distancing, etc.
The roundtable will also feature expert opinions on strategies and growth opportunities that organizations and professionals should be pursuing and how to turn the dynamics of the market to extract value out of Real Estate assets.
With the theme, Africa’s FM & Real Estate beyond the Pandemic: New Realities. New Strategies, this year’s roundtable intends to scan through the major markets and industries in Africa to beam the light on its objectives – which are:
- The COVID-19 experiences for Africa’s businesses
- Current realities of the economies and the Impact on Facilities Management and Real Estate
- Responses and lessons learnt from the experiences and impact on businesses
- New Strategies for the future of the Real Estate & FM market