We’re proud to be a thought leader in our industry, and we’re always keen to show how our innovative approach to FM can be a catalyst for improved quality, compliance and stakeholder experience, while simultaneously controlling costs.
And we’re even more proud when this purpose – our drive to effect positive change, and breed success for all involved – is recognised and applauded by one of the world’s largest professional
We’re delighted to announce that our CEO, Jeff Dewing, has been named one of Grant Thornton’s 100 Faces of a Vibrant Economy 2017.
Grant Thornton’s initiative is part of their commitment to supporting the successes of a vital, burgeoning UK economy, and involves the selection of 100 business leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators who are leading the field, enabling their organisations (and others) to flourish and grow.
Every year a world-renowned photographic agency is tasked with taking portraits of the chosen 100
– this year it fell to Getty to capture the essence of each business leader – and a portrait exhibition is held in central London to celebrate the Faces and their contribution to UK business.
“I’m honoured to be made part of this exclusive community of pioneering leaders, who have all
demonstrated their commitment to invigorating the economy and inspiring the next generation of
business people,” said Jeff. “I’m also pleased that Cloudfm’s purpose has been given prominence
through this recognition. We’re all about raising the profile of FM across a range of organisations,
and spreading the word on how FM can be an opportunity to improve stakeholder satisfaction and
how companies can achieve better value from their buildings maintenance spend.
“We’re part of a growing industry, currently estimated to be worth around 8% of UK GDP,” he
continued. “So FM’s potential direct value to economic growth is significant, and that’s before you
even consider the positive knock-on effect that excellence in our sector can offer our customer
organisations, and the impact that has on their bottom line.”
To see Jeff’s portrait, and read about why he’s been selected for this accolade, visit the Grant Thornton Website