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  • Catering for productivityOrganisations' desire to provide a healthy diet is linked to a broad approach to improve productivity and, as a bonus, can help cut workers' risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer and more. Diana Spellman explains. 15 December 2016
  • Near-chef experienceShows like Bake-Off, Masterchef and the rise of the celebrity chef are forcing contract catering operations to do more to attract and keep their chefs close. Andrew Pring reports. 14 December 2016
  • The street goes onThe public's penchant for street food has left contract caterers adding niche specialist cuisines themselves or bringing street vendors in to their own service offer. Nick Martindale reports. 12 December 2016
  • Chain reactionThe dynamics of the contract catering sector are shifting because of the rise in expectations driven by high street multiples. Sara Bean asks what contractors are learning from the chains. 08 December 2016
  • Newcomer of the Year finalist: Kirsty JohnstonFour women made up the finalists for the Newcomer of the Year award this year. Here, we catch up with this new generation of FMs, including winner Pleun van Deurssen, to find out more about the people set to take the profession forward in the next 10 years. 24 November 2016
  • Newcomer of the Year finalist: Katie SparrowFour women made up the finalists for the Newcomer of the Year award this year. Here, we catch up with this new generation of FMs, including winner Pleun van Deurssen, to find out more about the people set to take the profession forward in the next 10 years. 23 November 2016
  • Newcomer of the Year finalist: Charlotte MillerFour women made up the finalists for the Newcomer of the Year award this year. Here, we catch up with this new generation of FMs, including winner Pleun van Deurssen, to find out more about the people set to take the profession forward in the next 10 years. 22 November 2016
  • Newcomer of the Year: Pleun van DeurssenFour women made up the finalists for the Newcomer of the Year award this year. Here, we catch up with this new generation of FMs, including winner Pleun van Deurssen, to find out more about the people set to take the profession forward in the next 10 years. 21 November 2016
  • Leading ladiesKaty Dowding and Suzanne Beck may have different types of day job, but many common themes emerge when they're asked about the way they work and the future of the profession. Martin Read met the newly crowned leader and manager of the year in the days after the 2016 BIFM Awards ceremony. 10 November 2016
  • All hands on techBoth innovation categories Systems & Technology, and Product or Service were won by IT solutions, suggesting that FM is both leading the way with IT and benefiting from its dissemination 10 November 2016
  • FM's future wonder womenFour women made up the finalists for the Newcomer of the Year award this year. Here, we catch up with this new generation of FMs, including winner Pleun van Deurssen, to find out more about the people set to take the profession forward in the next 10 years. 10 November 2016
  • High TEC SolutionEnvironmental sustainability has many facets, but the variety on show in Britain's greenest building, the multi-award winning Enterprise Centre (TEC) in Norfolk, is impressive indeed 13 October 2016
  • Going beyond greenSustainability priorities, and FM's ability to oversee their implementation, have changed considerably in the 10 years since BIFM's first sustainability survey report in 2007. But of huge significance is the topic's growing social and economic dimensions, as Martin Read reports. 13 October 2016
  • A measure of social enterpriseUnder the Social Value Act, organisations can make their presence felt in three key areas under the social element of sustainability people, place and economy. But, asks Nick Martindale, how do you measure those effects accurately? 13 October 2016
  • Park life coachNew York's iconic Central Park is as much an example of social as it is environmental sustainability. Jamie Harris visited the team that now aims to impart its locally inclusive best practice for public park management throughout the USA 13 October 2016
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