FM heads gather practicable insights on implementation
Invariably, sustainability has become a common subject, as every forum is discussing what needs to be done to achieve its goals. Setting aside the usual trend, the Council for Realty Infrastructure and Services Promotion (CRISP) during its regional conclave at the Radisson Blu in Mumbai, presented ‘Earthrise’, centered around sustainability on a different note.
It is not always that an individual gets down to speaking about how forests were created on dry land in populated areas or for that matter narrate the ‘kapade ki kahani’ about making millions of dollars from the remains of tailoring shops.
Touching upon the psyche of individual preferences and invoking feasible points to ponder on, Dr Kanan Khatau Chikhal introduced the gathering of over 70 leading facility management professional to Neha Singh, Founder Director, Forrest, Rashmi Sinha, Goonj and Kiran Khetwani, Founder at Ctrl Alt Del, who spoke about mindful thinking.
Speaking on the technological advancements made in pest management through the use of AI, Harit Shetty, Head of Business Operations, Westfield and Mandar Kulkarni, Lead-Sustainability, Praj Industries, shared valuable information on implementing sustainable and safe processes in keeping indoor environment safe and in moving towards Net Zero, respectively.
Clean India Journal joined the conclave organised by CRISP to jointly invite the who’s-who in the FM industry for the much-awaited DigiFM conference on July 14th at IEML, Greater Noida.
The evening ended on a high note with much-needed networking over cocktails and dinner.