The editorial content of Practical Facilities Management Magazine is regarded within the industry as continually reflecting a multitude of disciplines, with an extensive news section leading each issue and business news and product showcases highlighting the diversity of the industry.
Each issue sees commissioned articles and 'editorial comments' that provide thought provoking ideas and express the latest views from within the industry.
Editorial features play an important role within Practical Facilities Management, with the Features Schedule reflecting all aspects of the industry. Security issues are becoming an ever more important aspect of facilities management and as such a section dedicated to security, 'Security Focus', is now a regular feature within every issue of the magazine.
Practical Facilities Management Magazine features four sponsored front cover packages on each issue. The front cover has been designed to give four company's a unique opportunity to promote themselves to the industry. Within a single package price each sponsor receives front cover photography, with logo and strap-line, a full-page full colour advertisement and two pages of 'Cover Story' editorial.
All editorial published within Practical Facilities Management Magazine, upon publication, is added to a fully searchable database which can then be accessed through www.practicalfm.co.uk. Over 2,000 articles are now included within the database and where available each article has hyperlinks and email links making the database an essential reference tool for today's facilities manager. Each editorial also carries a 'Reader Reply Number', which relates directly to the articles on the website, where contact details are freely available. Systems are also in place to handle post, fax and telephone reader enquiries efficiently.
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