The latest NAFA I&E has aimed for a focus on innovation this year by having one of its days entirely dedicated to mobility and offering more sessions that focus on strategic fleet management practices. - Photo by Mike Antich.

The latest NAFA I&E has aimed for a focus on innovation this year by having one of its days entirely dedicated to mobility and offering more sessions that focus on strategic fleet management practices.

Photo by Mike Antich.

The 2019 NAFA Institute and Expo (NAFA I&E) is making the future of fleet a priority, by putting a large emphasis on future mobility technologies and creating more opportunities for fleet professionals to learn from each other.

The latest NAFA I&E has aimed for a focus on innovation this year by having one of its days entirely dedicated to mobility and offering more sessions that focus on strategic fleet management practices.

Mobility Day will be held on the final day of 2019 NAFA I&E, and offers several forward-thinking sessions, including FMC Execs Reveal Their Visions for Fleet; Avoid Charging-Anxiety by Making Informed Decisions; Mobility-as-a-Service: The Business Opportunity You Cannot Ignore; and more.

A number of sessions throughout the event will focus on being proactive via strategic practices. Some sessions focusing on this include: Prepare for Your Clients' Future Needs Today; Cutting Through the Noise to Understand Connectivity; Reducing Risk in Fleet Procurement; and Fleet Felonies! Reduce Your Exposure to Fraud.

In addition to these educational sessions, 2019 NAFA I&E will be highlighted by several keynote presentations: an opening keynote from Chris Riddell, a digital futurist keynote speaker, and a closing keynote presentation by Lukas Neckermann, managing director of Neckermann Strategic Advisors.

The 2019 NAFA I&E also marks the return of its expansive exhibit hall, which will feature more than 250 exhibitors, and honoring the winners of the 2019 Fleet Excellence Awards (FLEXYS).

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