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Global Fleet Conference Registration Opens Nov. 1

October 05, 2016

Michael Bieger, senior director of global procurement for ADP, gives a presentation about creating a global fleet organization to a packed house at the 2015 Global Fleet Conference in Miami. The Global Fleet Conference returns to Miami in 2017. 
Michael Bieger, senior director of global procurement for ADP, gives a presentation about creating a global fleet organization to a packed house at the 2015 Global Fleet Conference in Miami. The Global Fleet Conference returns to Miami in 2017.

Registration for the Global Fleet Conference 2017 will open on Nov. 1, 2016. The Global Fleet Conference has sold out each of the previous four years, so mark your calendar and be ready to make your plans to attend. Early registrants will also benefit from preferred pricing on conference passes.

Entering its fifth year, the Global Fleet Conference will be held June 6-8, 2017, and will be returning to Miami, site of the sold out 2015 conference. For more information about the 2017 conference, go to www.globalfleetconference.com.

The Global Fleet Conference is designed for fleet managers and fleet stakeholders with global responsibilities. Educational content is focused on the needs of global fleets. Past subjects have included: how to implement a global fleet safety program, creating a successful global fleet policy, the ins and outs of implementing a global RFP, and market overviews of major global regions such as South America.

Networking has been a highlight of Global Fleet Conferences in the past. The 2017 conference will carry on this tradition, giving attendees ample opportunities to renew old ties and build new professional relationships.

Produced by Bobit Business Media, publisher of Automotive Fleet magazine, and Nexus Communication, publisher of Fleet Europe magazine, the Global Fleet Conference is held in alternate years in a U.S. and European location. The 2016 conference was held in Brussels at the iconic The Hotel.

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