About World Workplace
IFMA’s World Workplace® is the largest, most highly acclaimed FM conference in the world.
Established in 1995, World Workplace is the original forum for groundbreaking discussions on facility management and the wider built environment.
It’s where all workplace professionals come to discover innovative FM technologies, build valuable relationships and sharpen essential skills.
When & where?
- September 27-29, 2023
- Colorado Convention Center
- Denver, CO, USA
Incomparable experience. Incredible value.
IFMA’s World Workplace has set the pace for others to follow since 1995. Some try to imitate but cannot truly replicate the original, all-encompassing learning and networking event for FM and the wider built environment.
Gather sought-after practices, breakthrough ideas and supersmart tools to help you adapt, manage and master change.
Build your network across disciplines and around the world, exchanging viewpoints, outlooks, methods and experiences.
Come for the incredible people, facility management training and networking, stay for the music, food and entertainment. Bustling bars, breweries and lively music, await in Colorado’s capital.
IFMA’s World Workplace® is the marquee facility management event for all facility professionals working in the built environment. Whether your a facility manager, property manager, work in human resources (HR), construction, or are a vendor or service provider to the facilities management industry, World Workplace is the must-attend event for incredible thought-leadership, networking, education, and lead-generating opportunities.
Grow your professional career or business by connecting with the greatest minds and incredible people in facility management. If you’ve never attended an IFMA World Workplace it’ll be an experience you’ll never forget.
What to expect at World Workplace
- 5,000 attendees
- 80+ sessions
- 100+ speakers
- 300 exhibitors
- 50+ product/service categories
- 2 outstanding keynotes
- 5 amazing facility tours
- Unlimited networking opportunities