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ConnexFM 2024 Conference in Nashville to Spotlight Skilled Trades with Mike Rowe

Leading facilities management association to foster industry growth and education.

United States, 29th Sep 2023, King NewsWireConnexFM, the premier Multi-Site Facilities Management Association, is gearing up to host the 2024 ConnexFM Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, from April 8th to 11th, 2024. The conference, a facility management calendar highlight, promises to be an educational and networking exhibition featuring special guest Mike Rowe.
With over 3,000 members representing 700+ companies, ConnexFM empowers facilities management professionals with best practices, benchmarking, education, discussion forums, and valuable partnerships. The upcoming conference aims to further the association’s mission by shining a spotlight on the skilled trades industry.
Bill Yanek, CEO of ConnexFM, expressed his excitement, commenting, “We are so excited to have Mike Rowe join us in Nashville next year, as we’re working to continue to find and develop opportunities for growth for the skilled trades workers of America.”
Mike Rowe, best known as “the dirtiest man on TV” from his hit show Dirty Jobs, brings his passion for the skilled trades industry to the forefront as the special guest for a Q&A session with ConnexFM. He is a writer, narrator, producer, recording artist, Emmy Award-winning TV Host, New York Times Best Selling author, and the CEO of the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. Rowe’s foundation has awarded over six million dollars in work ethic scholarships to nearly 1,500 men and women, highlighting his commitment to reinvigorate the skilled trades. Mike will be joining the ConnexFM 2024 Conference General Session for a moderated Q&A on focused on his career and the importance of the skilled trades.
The 2024 ConnexFM Conference invites professionals from the facilities management, retail facilities, construction, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and other skilled trades sectors. The event is not limited to experienced industry veterans; students and newcomers looking to explore opportunities in the facilities management space are also encouraged to attend.
“We believe and see the opportunities all around us, and we want to bring more attention to them in the facilities management industry – not just for our current members, but for all those students and young professionals – for the next generation,” remarked Bill Yanek.
The conference will encompass a wide range of topics, from technological advancements and industry trends to essential skills training. It will also provide a platform for attendees to network and connect with industry peers.
ConnexFM’s recent launch of its Education Membership – built specifically for students, educators, schools, and other educational intuitions – further underscores the association’s commitment to facilitating learning and expanding opportunities for those in the skilled trades and facilities management.
ConnexFM invites facilities management professionals, students, and anyone interested in the skilled trades to join them in Nashville for an event that promises to energize, educate, and empower the industry. This conference serves as a testament to ConnexFM’s dedication to fostering growth and advancement in the facilities management and skilled trades sectors, reinforcing its position as the leading authority in multi-site facilities management.
For more information about the 2024 ConnexFM Conference, please visit the conference website at

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