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Daikin UK introduces future thinking content hub

Daikin UK has launched a new interactive website and content hub for building services engineers as part of its Future Thinking programme, created to encourage those who work in building services to think about the issues that will affect the industry in the years ahead.

 

Daikin UK has launched a new interactive website and content hub for building services engineers as part of its Future Thinking programme, created to encourage those who work in building services to think about the issues that will affect the industry in the years ahead.

 

The new Future Thinking website aims to promote greater knowledge and conversation between building services engineers in the UK. It provides articles, blogs, CPDs, white papers, videos and infographics on six key industry topics: intelligent buildings, heat recovery, renewables, refrigerants, low carbon design and energy efficiency.

 

In addition, the interactive website enables engineers to share their thoughts on these crucial issues and will be regularly updated with new information and blogs from industry spokespeople. Engineers will also be able to sign up for Daikin UK’s CPD Accredited, Future Thinking Seminars through the website.

 

Daikin UK’s marketing manager Giulia Draycott said: “We created the future thinking website to provide building services engineers with a valuable resource where they can find information and documents on the industry’s most pressing matters.

 

“Often valuable information such as this comes from a number of industry bodies, companies and spokespeople and is disparate, incomplete or confusing. The new website not only enables engineers to access all of this information in one place but also acts as a forum for conversation and discussion for the UK’s building services community.”

 

To access the website and to learn more about Daikin UK’s Future Thinking programme or to register for one of the events visit www.daikin.co.uk/futurethinking

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