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Final Dates, Venue Announced for 2016 Global Fleet Conference

January 08, 2016

Attendees have plenty of time to network during the Global Fleet Conference, developing personal and professional contacts that resonate long after the conference ends. Photo: Chris Wolski
Attendees have plenty of time to network during the Global Fleet Conference, developing personal and professional contacts that resonate long after the conference ends. Photo: Chris Wolski

The final dates and venue for the 2016 Global Fleet Conference have been announced. The conference will be held June 6-8 at the iconic The Hotel in downtown Brussels.

The 2016 Global Fleet Conference is the fourth conference, and, while registration has yet to open, it isn’t too early to begin planning for this year’s conference. The previous three conferences in Phoenix, Brussels, and Miami sold out weeks early.

We will make an announcement as soon as registration is open.

Although a finalized schedule is still pending, previous conferences have provided attendees with solid educational content balanced with ample opportunities to network and strengthen their ties with fleet managers and fleet professionals from around the world. Many past attendees have developed strong professional and personal ties that have resonated long after the end of the conference.

The Hotel, which has been a landmark in downtown Brussels since its construction in the 1960s, is located on the Boulevard de Waterloo and is conveniently situated near Avenue Louise, the historic Grand Place, and the European Parliament buildings.

The Global Fleet Conference is co-produced by Bobit Business Media, publisher of Automotive Fleet, and Nexus Communication, publisher of Fleet Europe. The conference alternates between U.S. and European locations.

For more information on the 2016 conference and schedule of events go to http://conference.globalfleet.com.

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