The Higher Ed Facilities Forum is an invite-only gathering for facilities leaders at the nation’s top colleges and universities.
INTIMATE & PERSONABLE.
The Higher Ed Facilities Forum features a proper balance of thought-provoking talks and peer-to-peer discussions on the topics and issues that are top-of-mind for facilities leaders at the nation’s leading colleges and universities.
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Forget walking an exhibit hall or sitting through hours of boardroom presentations! We curate a diverse group of leading suppliers and you are able to schedule one-on-one time with only the ones that suit your needs.
Wouldn’t it be fun to travel to a resort destination and sit in a conference center all day? Yeah, didn’t think so! We know that a prime reason people attend conferences is to network. Which is why we carefully consider the social activities that take place at the forum.
Experience it Yourself
Check out this highlight video from a recent Higher Ed Facilities Forum…
2018 DISCUSSION LEADERS Included:
Assistant Vice President, Capital Planning & Space Management
Award-Winning Guitar Virtuoso &
Chief of Operations
HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL
HEFF ’19 will be hosted at Margaritaville Beach Resort. Located just minutes from the Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport, Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort offers 30,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor function space overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Often compared to quaint European and funky California beach towns, the character of this inviting area is all Florida.
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"A fantastic event, with relevant topics, strong suppliers, and great social time with peers. Very well organized and the shorter "ted-talk" style presentation was very good-- succinct and informative."
University of Calgary