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Global Fleet Conference Educates Attendees

June 23, 2015

Posing for a "class" photo for this year's Global Fleet Conference in Miami were 98 of the more than 200 attendees.


Photo by Chris Wolski.
Posing for a "class" photo for this year's Global Fleet Conference in Miami were 98 of the more than 200 attendees.Photo by Chris Wolski.

At the end of the 2015 Global Fleet Conference in Miami, attendees walked away with a more thorough understanding of global fleet operations in the Europe, Latin America, and North America thanks to a line-up of presenters who discussed everything from cutting-edge technology to the ups and downs of setting up a global fleet organization and a global fleet safety program to best practices in funding strategies and implementing a successful RFP process.

Each session was packed with fleet managers and stakeholders taking notes and asking questions during and after each session’s conclusion.

In addition, attendees had the opportunity for numerous networking opportunities to build on the learnings they received in the general sessions and to build their personal and professional networks.

After conference hours, attendees also had the opportunity to take advantage of a cruise of Miami’s Biscayne Bay sponsored by LeasePlan International and an After Glow event sponsored by Jaguar Land Rover after the first day, and to spend a Night on the Town at South Beach’s Mango’s Tropical Café sponsored by Donlen/Athlon.

The Global Fleet Conference, now in its third year, attracts multinational fleet managers and global fleet suppliers from around the world who can learn and exchange ideas about the most pressing topics affecting their international fleets and build professional and personal connections.

Produced jointly by Bobit Business Media and Nexus Communication, the venue for the Global Fleet Conference alternates between the U.S. and Europe. The 2016 Global Fleet Conference will be held in Europe, at a venue to be announced soon.

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