The 2017 NAFA I&E hosted a panel featuring a discussion with fleet management company executives.
 - Photo by Andy Lundin

The 2017 NAFA I&E hosted a panel featuring a discussion with fleet management company executives.

Photo by Andy Lundin

The 2019 NAFA Institute and Expo (NAFA I&E) will be host to numerous seminars and educational sessions geared toward educating the commercial fleet manager of today on how to best improve his or her operations in the most effective ways possible.

On Monday, April 15, 2019 the NAFA I&E will host workshops for several segments, including fleet managers in the corporate, pharma, and utility segments. On the same day, Phil Moser, assoc. director, Global Driver Safety for Syneos Health, will present a session on driver safety titled Driving Habits - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

Other sessions on day one include Ways to Reduce Your Fleet Spend (That Have Nothing to Do With Fees), which will be hosted by Steven Saltzgiver, director business development and marketing for Mercury Associates; and another that focuses on suppliers Fleet Talk: What Suppliers Need to Know About Fleet Demographics, which is moderated by Art Liggio, CEO and president of Driving Dynamics.

The following day, will include sessions on an even broader range of topics, including one titled Forget Magic: Use These Proven Strategies to Reduce TCO, and How Fleet Management Links with Procurement, which will be hosted by David Hayward, fleet manager for Deloitte. Other sessions include Reducing Risk in Fleet Procurement, and  Embracing Change to Survive and Thrive in Fleet Management, that latter of which will feature John Wysseier, president and CEO of The CEI Group, as a speaker.

The final day of the 2019 NAFA I&E will be entirely dedicated to the future of mobility, and how it will impact fleets moving forward. Sessions this day include Mobility-as-a-Service: The Business Opportunity You Cannot Ignore; Automotive Industry Panel on Cybersecurity; and Drones, Trucks, and Pods: Moving "Stuff" Autonomously, hosted by Lukas Neckermann, managing director of Neckermann Strategic Advisors.

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