NAFA’s 2014 International Fleet Academy Touts Hard-Hitting Global Fleet Education

NAFA’s 2014 Inter­na­tion­al Fleet Acad­e­my is the pre­mier glob­al fleet con­fer­ence for a good rea­son. Fleet pro­fes­sion­als who attend the IFA learn from the best and most knowl­edge­able indi­vid­u­als on the sub­ject of glob­al fleet man­age­ment. Atten­dees can share infor­ma­tion with col­leagues in an inti­mate set­ting arranged by NAFA, the most trust­ed name in fleet.

From dis­cus­sions regard­ing cloud-based loca­tion intel­li­gence soft­ware plat­forms, to fleet cen­tral­iza­tion ver­sus region­al­ized struc­ture, stan­dard­iza­tion of goods and ser­vices, staffing, how to iden­ti­fy and vis­it the right region­al peo­ple, and more, IFA pro­vides unpar­al­leled edu­ca­tion for fleet pro­fes­sion­als with inter­na­tion­al over­sight.

This year’s Inter­na­tion­al Fleet Acad­e­my takes place Novem­ber 5–7 at the Rosen Shin­gle Creek resort in Orlan­do, FL. The con­fer­ence is designed specif­i­cal­ly to meet the unique needs of those who man­age fleets of vehi­cles out­side the Unit­ed States and Cana­da, and to pro­vide a high-lev­el, peer-dri­ven envi­ron­ment for the exchange of ideas, solu­tions, and infor­ma­tion.

“NAFA mem­ber­ship want­ed an event where glob­al fleet man­agers could engage each oth­er on a peer-to-peer lev­el,” said NAFA’s Chief Exec­u­tive Offi­cer Phillip E. Rus­so, CAE. “The IFA offers these pro­fes­sion­als just that, so that they can share with each oth­er with con­fi­dence.”

Top­ics of dis­cus­sion at IFA include: Glob­al Infor­ma­tion Sys­tems; Fleet and Tax­a­tion around the Globe; Glob­al Fund­ing Dif­fer­ences Using Finance Leas­es, Oper­at­ing Leas­es, and Cap­i­tal Allo­ca­tion Strate­gies; Glob­al RFP Fund­ing; Glob­al Fleet Pro­cure­ment and Sup­ply Chain; Glob­al Fuel Card Accep­tance; Duty of Care: Glob­al Health and Safe­ty Stan­dards; and much more.

The IFA is the con­fer­ence that con­sis­tent­ly deliv­ers the most, and most rel­e­vant, glob­al fleet infor­ma­tion in the field.
Rus­so con­clud­ed, “No oth­er con­fer­ence comes close to cov­er­ing all of the mate­r­i­al that this cov­ers or goes into as much detail. If your cor­po­ra­tion has some­one man­ag­ing vehi­cle fleets out­side of North Amer­i­ca they need to attend the Inter­na­tion­al Fleet Acad­e­my. The edu­ca­tion learned, and the knowl­edge gained from the peer-to-peer com­mu­ni­ca­tion, can save your com­pa­ny mil­lions of dol­lars and hun­dreds of man­pow­er hours!”

In addi­tion to the edu­ca­tion­al ses­sions, NAFA’s Inter­na­tion­al Fleet Acad­e­my offers exclu­sive net­work­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties and a cock­tail recep­tion and din­ner each night. Ear­ly reg­is­tra­tion costs before Sep­tem­ber 30 are $699 for NAFA mem­bers and $1,139 for non-mem­bers. Fleet pro­fes­sion­als who join NAFA as they reg­is­ter by the ear­ly reg­is­tra­tion dead­line of Sep­tem­ber 30 will receive a year of NAFA mem­ber­ship and reg­is­tra­tion to the IFA for the low price of $839 – a sav­ings of $779. Seat­ing is lim­it­ed for this con­fer­ence, and with ear­ly-bird pric­ing avail­able until Sep­tem­ber 30, oppor­tu­ni­ties to attend are going fast.

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