Nissan announced it will be participating in the Ride-and-Drive event at the annual Global Fleet Conference (GFC) from Oct. 26 – 28 in Miami, Fla. Now in its ninth year and hosted by Bobit, the GFC is the one of the premier events for the fleet and leasing world and features notable industry speakers, workshops, and an annual awards dinner highlighting the best and brightest in fleet.
“Bobit has always had a solid presence and voice in the fleet industry with an unwavering focus on connecting, educating, and enabling,” says Mike Antich, Automotive Fleet Chief Editor and Conference Chair of the Global Fleet Conference. “Knowing what we have planned for 2021—the scope, the tech involved, and the positive impact it will have on global fleets and suppliers—this is a real game changer and will provide new added value to all multi-national fleets.”
The in-person conference in October will now feature a virtual dimension expanding the number of professionals within global organizations that can engage with the community and content. The hybrid event will also provide participants in all time zones on-demand access year-round so they can engage when it fits their schedule.
The all-new Global Fleet Conference Experience in May and the ongoing eLearning series will join an existing family of thirteen Bobit virtual Experiences and over 100 eLearning events. Bobit’s in-house team developed a custom virtual events platform providing the flexibility to tailor each event to meet the specific needs of multi-national fleets.
“For 60 years it has been in Bobit’s DNA to identify challenges for professionals in the ever-changing fleet community and develop innovative solutions to address them,” added Eric Bearly, President of Bobit’s Fleet Group, “Global fleets are faced with increasingly complex decisions every day and we are committed to providing the intelligence and collaboration they need as they navigate them. Our enhanced Global Fleet Conference offering is just the beginning.”
For more information, check out globalfleetconference.com.
Originally posted on Global Fleet Management