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Fleet Forward Conference Announces Call for Speakers

March 14, 2018

Are you interested in speaking at the 2018 Fleet Forward Conference?

Bobit Business Media, parent company of this publication and a major business-to-business media company serving the fleet industry, is in the process of curating the educational program for the 2018 Fleet Forward Conference, taking place Oct. 8-10 in San Francisco. 

Speaker proposals should address the Fleet Forward Conference mandate to educate fleet operators on new mobility solutions to foster greater fleet efficiency. While Fleet Forward is designed for traditional fleet operators of all types, the conference looks for educational content that will also benefit new types of fleets forming to serve the evolving transportation ecosystem.

If you consider yourself to be an expert on a particular topic that addresses this spirit and would like to share your wisdom, you're invited to submit an abstract for consideration. The Call for Proposals submission deadline is Monday, April 30, 2018.

Visit here for an outline of the proposed conference schedule.

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