The conference has sold out every year since its inception, so early registration is recommended when registration opens.
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The conference has sold out every year since its inception, so early registration is recommended when registration opens.

Photo of South Beach Miami courtesy of Brilliant Miami via iStockphoto.com

The 2019 Global Fleet Conference is scheduled to be held June 4 - 6, 2019 at the Hilton Miami Downtown in Miami, Fla., with full conference details to be announced soon. The conference is known for its presentations on topics that include perfecting global fleet strategies, industry trends, global procurement best practices, and more, as well as its networking opportunities.

The upcoming conference will include a new half-day deep-dive symposium that will focus on five subject-specific categories impacting global fleets, which will be held June 4, 2019, the official start of the conference in Miami, Fla.

The “Global Fleet Deep Dive” will address topics that include dealing with safety, mobility, technology, and complex fleets.

Details regarding registration, full schedule, and presentations will be available on www.globalfleetconference.com

The conference has sold out every year since its inception, so early registration is recommended when available. The annual conference alternates between Europe and North America. Interested parties should consider allocating time and resources for the event in preparation of registration opening.

The Global Fleet Conference is co-produced by Bobit Business Media, publisher of Automotive Fleet magazine, and Nexus Communication, publisher of Fleet Europe magazine.

The 2018 Global Conference

The most recent Global Fleet Conference was held in Rome for the first time since the conference’s inception in 2013.

More than 300 multinational fleet professionals attended the 2018 Global Fleet Conference, which was held at the Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center in Rome, Italy, on May 28-30, 2018. The two-day conference featured 25 educational sessions that were presented by 51 subject-matter experts in multinational fleet management from 21 different countries.

The conference’s educational agenda was built around seven themes, which included the impact of economic and geopolitical trends; global fleet management strategies; sustainability; safety management; innovations in global fleet management; mobility management; and regional fleet market reports.

The conference featured in-depth reports on the U.S. and European Union, as well as regional fleet reports featuring multiple drill-down presentations on the Latin American and Asia-Pacific fleet markets. 

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