International markets may offer exciting, new revenue streams for corporations, but often pose headaches for global fleet managers. Each new market is run entirely different, forcing global fleet managers to learn and institute new strategies for each region their company enters. NAFA’s 3rd Annual International Fleet Academy offers the most intensive educational training available for fleet managers in such situations.
NAFA’s 3rd Annual International Fleet Academy will take place October 21–23 at Loews Ventana Canyon in Tucson, Arizona. The 3-day conference was designed to meet the needs of the select business professionals known as global fleet managers. In addition to over 15 educational sessions, the conference offers exclusive networking opportunities throughout the day and a cocktail reception and dinner each night.
Early-bird registration is $650 for NAFA members and $1,105 for non-members. After August 16, registration costs are $799 for NAFA members and $1,550 for non-members. Fleet professionals may save $200 off the registration costs by joining NAFA as they register.
“If your corporation has fleets of vehicles in other countries, you need to be sure your fleet manager has the right skills for the job,” said NAFA’s Executive Director, Phillip E. Russo, CAE. “Make sure they attend NAFA’s 3rd Annual International Fleet Academy.”
For more information visit www.nafa.org/international.