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join in 5 easy steps

1.Sign Up

2.Complete your '10'

3.Submit Evidence

4.Receive Medal

5.encourage others

Pareto re-launch the FM industries only free virtual movement event to tackle mental health fatigue 
After the incredible success of #FM10 in 2020, Pareto have re-launched the FM sector’s first free virtual movement event. The purpose of this initiative is to encourage people to stay physically active during lockdown by achieving the goal of completing a physical challenge. All with the aim of supporting the mental and physical health of those in facilities management. This year to open up more inclusive opportunities participants can opt to over the distance via walking, running, bike, swimming, wheelchair or any means at all. The distance just needs to cover 10 units which could be laps, kilometers, miles, minutes or any other interpretation. We just want to open the opportunity for as many people as possible to feel a great level of physical achievement. 


Participants will be invited to complete their '10' movement activity anytime between 1st July 2021 - 12th September 2021. They will then submit their completion evidence to a central email address and will receive a free medal for their achievement in the post. 


There are 250 spaces available for this virtual event on a first come, first served basis. 


To sign up for the free virtual run participants simply need to email


The event can be followed using #FM10 on Twitter and Instagram.


Chris Barnes, Senior Account Manager at Pareto and event organizer added “I’m thrilled with the success of last year and I'm delighted Pareto are again leading this initiative and opening it out to a much more inclusive base. The health benefits of  physical movement are brilliant and we strongly encourage as many people as possible to get involved. Couple the health benefits exercise with the feeling of achievement and the physical medal and it all comes together well”. 


Andrew Hulbert, founder of Pareto commented “During lockdown I’ve had the privilege of having some spare time which I have allocated to training to run longer distances and practice for the Pareto Three Peaks in September 21. The physical and mental health benefits of this have been significant and I’ve enjoyed getting fit. Pareto wanted to do something to encourage others to get involved as well as raising awareness of the importance of discussing our mental health. We have had 250 bespoke medals made for this and hope that it will encourage people to get involved as they add to their collections”.