In the wake of the March 22 terrorist attacks aimed at the city and citizens of Brussels, organizers of the upcoming Global Fleet Conference want to assure attendees that their safety is of the utmost concern.
As the world has witnessed, Belgian and European police agencies have mobilized to increase the safety and security of their citizens and the thousands business travelers and tourists that flock to their countries to experience Europe’s rich culture and history. Thanks to these efforts, Brussels is probably one of the most secure cities in the world.
Emphasizing how the world has stood by Belgium following the attacks, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, visiting Belgium in a show of solidarity, stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, declaring “Je suis Bruxellois.”
“In the spirit of that message, let’s unite as a fleet community and come together in Brussels on June 6 to June 8 to share best practices, to learn, and to network with our peers,” said Mike Antich, co-chairman of the Global Fleet Conference. “If we don’t continue living our lives and pursuing our work, fear, which is the stock and trade of international terror, proliferates and the terrorists win. Remember we are all Brussels, and join us in June.”
The 2016 Global Fleet Conference, which is co-produced by Bobit Business Media and Nexus Communication, will be held in Brussels at the iconic The Hotel June 6-8. For more information and to register, visit http://conference.globalfleet.com.
The conference early-bird rate will be available until May 4.