Book your seat for the 2019 Global Fleet Conference in Miami
Fleet and mobility managers who want to stay on top of what’s going on in the industry know there is only one event they cannot afford to miss: the Global Fleet Conference. From 4 to 7 June 2019, the conference takes place in Miami. Register now!
The Global Fleet Conference alternates a venue in a European city with Miami, Florida. After Rome last year, the conference descends once more in Miami, for the first time this year in the Hilton Miami Downtown.
More than 300 managers with global responsibilities over fleet and mobility will gather to network, take part in deep dive tracks and listen to presentations.
Since its first edition, the conference has sold out every year so don’t hesitate to register now.
The full programme is available on the conference website.
The expert speakers include:
- João Andrade, Managing Director, Localiza Fleet Solutions
- Alberto Arellano, Fleet/Procurement, Nestle Mexico
- Rusty Barron, Vice President & General Manager, Shell Fleet Solutions
- Kent Bjertrup, Regional Director Latin America, ALD Automotive
- Sheryl Connelly, Global Trends & Futuring, Ford Motor Company
- Pedro Conte, Instituto PARAR
- Pim de Weerd, Global Commodity Manager Mobility, Royal Philips
- John Dmochowsky, Senior Global Fleet Manager, Mondelez International
- Stuart Donnelly, Senior Director - Group International Sales, Northern Europe/USA for Sixt
- David Madrigal, EVP Mexico, Element Fleet
- Marc Odinius, Managing Director, Dataforce GmbH
The programme includes presentations and seminars on:
- Top 10 Mega Trends that will influence the future of global fleet management
- Using technology to improve safety and sustainability
- How fleet data ownership is changing
- How to implement a mobility management solution
- The impact of disruptive mobility technologies on global fleet management
- Fleet management trends in Europe
- Analysis of fleet markets in South America and Mexico
- Develop a global fleet certification programme
- Various case studies (including PepsiCo and IBM)