25 mai 20

Join the 2020 Global Fleet Virtual Conference like already more than 1200 global fleet experts

Join the 2020 Global Fleet Virtual Conference that will kick off on 2 June. The conference is 100% free of charge but registration is required.  To register, go to conference.globalfleet.com.

The COVID-19 pandemic plunges global fleet managers in uncertainty about trends in global fleet and mobility.  But the thing to do in a time of crisis is to learn from the past and to look forward. That's why this year more than ever, the Global Fleet Conference will be an essential event - and for the first time, it will take place in virtual form with the baseline: Preparing for the New Normal

Over five weeks in June 2020, global fleet and mobility managers can attend a series of podcasts, webinars, workshop and panel discussions. 

More than 1,200 participants already registered, a clear indication of the interest in this event in these strange times.

Here is an overview of the sessions that have already been confirmed. Keep an eye on our event website and don't forget to download our event app, Attendify.

How to innovate and win in global procurement (podcast - 2 June)

In this podcast, Virginie Vast, Head of Procurement Innovation and Sustainability at Amazon Europe (and winner of the 2010 International Fleet Innovation Award), will share her insights about the correlation between global procurement and innovation.

Learn from the best: globalise your fleet to optimise your TCO and save costs (webinar - 3 June)

In this best practice webinar, Jorge Fernandez, Global Category Manager Car Fleet, Roche and 2019 Global Fleet Manager of the Year will share his insights into the advantages of globalisation. He will be joined by Almy Magalhaes, Senior Procurement Manager Fleet and Travel at Ecolab and 2018 Global Fleet Manager of the Year, who will detail how to create the best possible TCO via globalisation. Participants will also have the opportunity to ask questions.

Regional updates from global experts to keep your strategy future-proof (panel discussion - 4 June)

Take a 360-degree view on the world of fleet management and grab the essential takeaways during this panel discussion with experts from the four corners of the world. With Steven Schoefs, editor-in-chief, Global Fleet, Mike Antich, editor and associate publisher, Automotive Fleet, Pascal Serres, Global Fleet Expert and chairman of the Fleet LatAm Advisory Board and Yves Helven, Global Fleet Expert.

How to make your global fleet strengths work for you in North America (podcast - 9 June)

David Madrigal, Executive Vice President & Chief Commerical Officer at Element Fleet Management North America, will present how corporates can leverage their fleet strenghts in North America.

Understanding the trends in global fleet sales to define your roadmap (podcast - 16 June)

Marc Odinius, Managing Director at Dataforce, will inspire you with his ideas on global fleet sales trends and how you should respond to them with your fleet policy.

CEO Panel: how global car leasing can continue to flourish in the New Normal (panel discussion - 18 June)

How different will car leasing be in the New Normal? What opportunities are there for suppliers and customers? Find out in this debate with Tex Gunning, CEO, LeasePlan, Alain Van Groenendael, CEO, Arval, Tim Albertsen, CEO, ALD and Reggie Cabal, CEO, Orix Australia.

Benchmark your strategy: key lessons from the Global Fleet Survey 2020 (webinar - 30 June)

The Global Fleet Survey asks international corporate customers about their stragegy development and their buying intentions for the years to come. As such the results of the Survey are a great benchmarking tool.Global fleet managers Yulia Lapenkova (Global Senior Procurement Manager Vehicle, C&B Danone) and Gavin Harvey (Senior Global Buyer Mobility, Sodexo) go into the key lessons of the 2020 Global Fleet Survey. 

The conference is free of charge, but registration is required.  To register, go to conference.globalfleet.com and download the event app Attendify

Authored by: Benjamin Uyttebroeck