Mission and history

Engaging Places for a Better Life

eFM is a platform company operating in four continents focused on spaces the relationships that animate them through an ecosystem approach. It designs, implements and manages properties considering their entire life cycle and recognizes data as the crucial element of any activity. Through a dynamic reading of reality, eFM transposes the stimulus for change and declines it into sentient environments that are designed according to activities.

An ecosystem of places and relationships

eFM is a platform that manages ecosystems. That connects places and relationships, with the goal of designing and enabling the new ways of experiencing space. It does this by overseeing the dimensions of experience, accessibility and availability of each environment. By resorting to self-executing smart contracts that make the relationships between the different parties involved open and transparent, thanks to a constant availability of updated information in real time. eFM’s data-driven approach ensures a dynamic reading of reality, generative processing of new real-world settings, and an intelligent and autonomous ability to act.

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Our story: Italian real estate excellence


Myspot 3.0

The Myspot app evolves thanks to listening to the real needs of users and clients and implements an improved User experience for a pleasant and fast booking; and an innovative algorithm to increase engagement and community skill; a new design system with attractive and easy-to-use components. The new version not only allows booking spaces, experiences, and events but also gives everyone the opportunity to increase engagement and relationships, generate new communities, and enhance their skills and competencies.

New ways and place of working

The project created by eFM, in collaboration with Venture Thinking Foundation and CEOforLIFE, was created with the goal of creating a new ecosystem in which public and private companies, institutions and universities work together to regenerate the country starting with spaces. The National Places Observatory is a data-driven project that aims to enable access to places of living: work, education, health, entertainment, sports. Providing a common map and developing sustainability solutions for companies, people, cities and the environment.

Hubquarter in Italy and around the world

The Hubquarter proposal arouses the interest of international markets, confirming that it can intercept a cross-cutting need that has not yet been answered. The pandemic has, in fact, further stressed the process of space transformation, bringing the presence-distance dichotomy to everyone’s attention. Presented to the European Commission, the Hubquarter project comes to the institutional table for defining the missions of the PNRR and becomes a topic of dialogue with large municipalities-Milan, Dubai, Chicago, São Paulo-and with suburbs and small towns. It receives the attention of leading national and international newspapers. The front pages of Forbes, Fortune, Il Sole24Ore and Il Corriere della Sera talk about the project, including it among those with the highest national impact in terms of welfare and sustainability.

eFM expands to Germany and the U.S.

eFM experiences significant growth and enters the two core markets of the global economy: United States and Germany. With the acquisition of ASC-DE in Germany and Facility Management Planners Inc. in the U.S., the company continues its expansion abroad, where it already has offices in Brazil, Chile, Dubai and Turkey. eFM’s international expansion confirms its ability to bring innovation and added value to different countries.

Hubquarter is born

From the stimulus generated by the international debate, eFM is launching Hubquarter: a new paradigm that networks real estate assets, both public and private, transforming existing infrastructure into a network of interconnected spaces. The entire city becomes one big hub of experience where every place is an opportunity to make the most of your day of work or training. The Hubquarter model opens up places with high relational and emotional power. From an ecosystem perspective, spaces, communities but also data and new practices at work are shared and networked, to acquire a shared real-time observation tool that helps to govern a complex phenomenon such as work experience is becoming our days.

A new idea of space

The concept of work is changing and with it the very meaning of space. No longer an indistinct place, but an “activity-based workplace,” no longer a container but an engaging content. eFM, alongside the Venture Thinking Foundation, decided to start an international think tank, involving some of the most influential academics and innovators on the planet, to identify the new meanings of space in relation to change. Personalities such as Tal Ben Shahar, Maria Chiara Carrozza, Robert Quinn, Albertó Vincentelli, and Stefano Zamagni animate a level-headed debate, reported and followed by the Western mainstream media. Their reflection moves from the idea of an imminent replacement of the twentieth-century concept of Headquarter, in favor of a new paradigm characterized by capillarity and sharing.

Myspot is born

Myspot is a technology platform fully developed by eFM in 2018 that enables the design, management and sharing of spaces. Recognized by Gartner as a 2018 Cool Vendor, Myspot enables real-time information collection on the usage flows of each environment, predictive maintenance of all assets, and, through a user-friendly interface, enables booking, personalizing and experiencing any space, immediately and safely. In recent years Myspot has managed more than 90 million square meters of space, making it accessible to more than 1.5 million people worldwide.

Engaging places in Rome and Milan

The goal of eFM becomes to create “engaging places,” i.e., engaging places where everyone is able to give their best. All this prompts eFM to further expand its vision, taking it out of the single building and into the entire city. Statuto11, the new headquarters in Milan and the workplace are integrated into the living network of the neighborhood, through spaces in dialogue with the external context The stimuli of the land generate contamination and creative collision.

Design and engagement

The eFM proposition-which had enabled companies to optimize and save money by going from 45 to 13 average square meters per person-expands to include aspects related to people’s quality of life. From the design of environments to the definition of furnishings and materials-through the union of the tangible and intangible, architecture and design-eFM oversees all property design and construction activities in an integrated way, with tools and methods capable of measuring and limiting any type of ESG impact.

The whole life cycle of a property.

On the one hand, enhancing the value of an organization’s real estate portfolio, on the other hand, managing flows and attendance within different spaces: the eFM challenge expands to the topic of property. Enhancement is done by considering the entire life cycle of a property and its various implications: from technical and urban due diligence to contract renegotiation and conversion into uses.

eFM is born

Improving and managing the offices of large corporates on an IT platform: this has been the vocation of eFM since its first day of life. Real estate, in a company’s balance sheet, is the second largest cost item, after personnel. For this reason, eFM has taken the path of digitalization: to manage and monitor large corporate spaces and services directly from a single platform.

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