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Mobility Conference Debuts for Fleets

August 02, 2017, by Amy Winter-Hercher - Also by this author

Bobit Business Media announces the agenda for Fleet Forward Conference, a new event dedicated to providing fleets with smart mobility solutions through curated networking and high-level education.

Taking place at Miami Hilton Downtown, Fleet Forward Conference convenes with a cocktail reception on the evening of Nov. 7 followed by a full day of programming on Nov. 8.

Fleet Forward Conference is designed to bring fleets of all types — including commercial, corporate, rental, government, and municipal fleets — together with traditional fleet suppliers and new technology providers.

As an idea lab to discuss new mobility concepts and the evolution of fleet processes, Fleet Forward will enable partnerships and facilitate end-user solutions with the goal to create more efficient fleets, says Chris Brown, event chair.

“Fleets play a vital role in this transportation revolution,” says Brown. “We’re on the path to autonomous vehicles, but there are changes happening right now that will affect fleets. We look forward to facilitating these discussions.”

Registration for the event is open now. Auto Rental Summit registrants can attend Fleet Forward for free.

For agenda and speaker enquiries, contact Chris Brown at [email protected]. For sponsorship opportunities, contact Joni Owens at [email protected].

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