2015 Global Fleet Management Conference Heads to Miami
2013 Global Fleet Management Conference.
The Global Fleet Management Conference is returning to U.S. soil in 2015. It will be held in Miami, one of the most cosmopolitan cities on the continent.
The conference will be held at the Marriott Miami Biscayne Bay June 15-16, 2015.
Currently, registration for the two full days of the conference is available for fleet managers at a preferred price of $695, increasing to $795 on May 16.
While the final schedule is still pending, past conferences have given attendees an opportunity to delve head first into complex, global fleet issues.
The Global Fleet Management Conference is produced in partnership with U.S.-headquartered Bobit Business Media, publisher of Automotive Fleet, and Belgium-headquartered Nexus Communication, publisher of Fleet Europe.
This is the third annual Global Fleet Management Conference. The first was held in Phoenix in 2013 and the second in Brussels, Belgium, in 2014. The conference will alternate between a U.S. and European location on odd and even years. In past years, the conference sold out prior to the event’s date. So, reserve your spot early.
For more information, or to register, go to www.globalfleetconference.com.
Attendees Share Their Global Fleet Management Conference Impressions
“I didn’t really know what I didn’t know, and the conference agenda and opportunity to network with the other global attendees, as well as suppliers, enabled me to bring back lots of information that I can put to work right away. I took something away from every speaker, which attests to the quality of the speakers and the topics discussed. I especially liked the second day where the topics were less general and more detailed in nature. As we move into a global platform, I wanted to know what other fleets had experienced, lessons learned, and next steps in their programs.”
Commodity Manager, Fleet COE & Temporary Services
“The Global Fleet Management Conference was the best conference I have ever attended. The main reason for this is the size; there were 120 participants, about exactly the right size for speaking with most of the people. If the conference becomes too big, certainly when you are rather new, it is very difficult to network with the right people.”
Sofico NV, Zwijnaarde, Belgium
“The conference was well planned and executed. It offered a nice mix of structured sessions to open networking time. The range of topics covered was pretty comprehensive.”
Global Fleet Services Director, Corporate Solutions
Jones Lang LaSalle (Procter & Gamble)
“The conference was a success. Congratulations to the organizers. My personal evaluation of the Conference is high. Thanks to you and to the whole team: really fantastic.”
Global Supply Chain - Purchasing Manager
BARILLA G. e R. Fratelli S.p.A., Italy