The 2019 Global Fleet Conference will add a bonus third day to the agenda, up from its traditional two-day format, now held June 4-6 at the Hilton Miami Downtown, and its schedule is now available online.
The Global Fleet Conference will kick off with an overview on the top 10 megatrends that will influence the future of global fleet management, which will be followed by five concurrent deep-dive sessions on topics pertinent to global fleet management, including safety, productivity, mobility, and complex fleet management.
The second day of the conference will begin with an opening keynote address on global business trends that will impact the future of fleet and mobility. It will also be comprised of case studies on how to successfully develop a global fleet safety program; best practices in developing global fleet acquisition strategy; how to make fleet an integral part of a global sustainability strategy; and a case study on transforming fleet to an integrated mobility management solutions; as well as market reports on fleet trends in Europe and South America.
The last day of the conference will begin with a keynote on the impact of disruptive mobility technologies on global fleet management, followed by several case studies, including the latest trends global fleet procurement strategies; implementing a strategic initiative to achieve global fleet sustainability goals; how to develop a global fleet program from the ground up; innovative fleet management strategies to create a best-in-class global fleet; and how to effectively operate a fleet in sub-Saharan Africa. The last session of the conference will be on how to launch a successful regional or global tender.
For more details, visit 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, and Nexus Communication, publisher of Fleet Europe.
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