Pareto’s founder and managing director, Andrew Hulbert, has been voted on to the board of the IWFM as a Non-Executive Director. This important role will see Andrew help shape the future direction of the facilities sector and offer strategic advice to the IWFM on how to progress the industry further. Andrew was elected to the board via vote from the IWFM members.
The Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) is the pioneering body for workplace and facilities management professionals. We are a community of over 17,000. We share best practice and knowledge with the profession and support our members' professional development through internationally recognised, regulated qualifications, short courses and training. We are here to drive change. To extend our profession’s impact beyond the built environment and unlock its potential value to business and society.
Andrew Hulbert commented “I’m genuinely thrilled and humbled to have been voted to the board by members of the IWFM. I have volunteered for the IWFM for over ten years and to be able to now operate at this strategic level is an exciting challenge. I believe the IWFM and the facilities sector per se needs a fresh perspective and some fresh blood to help it to progress into the future. Pareto’s industry-leading social value led approach will be of great value to the IWFM and I look forward to helping to continue to develop the sector I adore”.