The organizers for the Global Fleet Conference have announced the agenda for the 2016 conference, which will return to Brussels, June 7-8.
This year’s conference is being organized around the topics of economics, environment, and technology with sessions covering such topics as the Global Economic Outlook for 2016, fiscal and regulatory changes in Europe, what the Paris Climate Change Agreement means for fleets, how to defeat resistance to telematics, and a look forward at the implications of the dawn of the age of the autonomous vehicle. Other sessions will cover how to use global fleet suppliers more effectively and an overview of the major regional global markets.
Produced by Nexus Communication, publisher of Fleet Europe, and Bobit Business Media, publisher of Automotive Fleet, the Global Fleet Conference brings together fleet managers and fleet stakeholders from around the world to learn about cutting-edge fleet management practices from around the globe and to network and build personal and professional connections.
Now in its fourth year, the Global Fleet Conference alternates between venues in Europe and the U.S. The 2016 conference will be held at the iconic The Hotel in downtown Brussels, located on the Boulevard de Waterloo and conveniently situated near Avenue Louise, the historic Grand Palace, and the European Parliament buildings.
To view the full schedule or to register, go to the 2016 Global Conference website.