Preparations for the 2020 Australian Fleet Conference and Exhibition are rapidly gaining momentum, as regarded automotive experts and fleet specialists prepare to descend into Melbourne on May 7-8.
“The annual conference is designed to highlight the road ahead for fleet professionals – ultimately linking the best people with the knowledge and solutions they need to navigate an ever-changing automotive landscape,” AfMA Executive Director Mace Hartley said.
“The possibilities for 2020 and beyond are as exciting as they are daunting – are you ready for the changes that are coming to your industry?”
As the fleet and automotive sector boldly heads into a new decade the challenges faced are forever expanding. Change is afoot as the industry moves toward sustainable vehicle alternatives, improved safety legislation, and an ever-changing economic climate.
“From vehicle selection, acquisition, disposal, operational management for servicing, toll passes, fuel cards, insurance, and accident management employees are being forced to do more with less,” Mr Hartley said.
“Whether you work in fleet management, OH&S, HR, sustainability, procurement or finance it’s important to remain informed on the latest trends and developments.”
The 2020 event will see more than 40 exhibitors and 35 different speakers take to the stage, across more than 20 educational sessions. Guiding proceedings as Master of Ceremonies (MC) this year is respected broadcaster Jon Faine.
Known for provocative and probing debate, quick wit and willingness to ask the stickiest of questions, Jon Faine AM is the thinking persons shock jock who for over 23 years delivered one of the most thought-provoking radio programs in Australia – with 774 ABC Melbourne’s Morning programme.
Whether it be current affairs, law, arts or sport, Jon investigates the issues and stories affecting Melbourne today with energy and vigour – all without taking life too seriously.
More information/tickets to the 2020 Australasian Fleet Conference & Exhibition are now available for purchase by clicking here