NAFA IFA Helps Global Fleet Managers Make Sense of a Chaotic World

The world is not the most pre­dictable, calm place these days. Fleet man­agers with glob­al duties, how­ev­er, need to know what’s going on in the world. More than that, they need good, sol­id tools and strate­gies to do some­thing about it.

NAFA’s Inter­na­tion­al Fleet Acad­e­my (IFA), tak­ing place Novem­ber 5–7 at Rosen Shin­gle Creek in Orlan­do, FL, is the trust­ed glob­al fleet edu­ca­tion con­fer­ence that cuts straight to the heart of inter­na­tion­al fleet con­cerns and oper­a­tions. On Wednes­day, Novem­ber 5, a pan­el will explore the cru­cial dif­fer­ences between diverse regions. Built on data from sev­er­al key indus­try resources, these pan­elists will con­duct an inter­ac­tive dis­cus­sion involv­ing a myr­i­ad of cul­tures, lev­els of fleet expe­ri­ence, and per­son­al­i­ties.

“Fleet man­agers with glob­al over­sight can­not go into their work with blind­ers on, espe­cial­ly when they have to send vehi­cles into areas with severe region­al dif­fer­ences,” said NAFA Chief Exec­u­tive Offi­cer Phillip E. Rus­so, CAE. “The answer is to know the region, the peo­ple, and the data com­ing to you about the places where your dri­vers will be. That’s not some­thing that comes auto­mat­i­cal­ly with glob­al fleet duties, but that’s some­thing fleet pro­fes­sion­als can learn at IFA.”

NAFA’s Inter­na­tion­al Fleet Acad­e­my is designed specif­i­cal­ly to meet the needs of those who man­age fleets out­side of the Unit­ed States and Cana­da, and offers fleet pro­fes­sion­als the tools to gain under­stand­ing, and the oppor­tu­ni­ty to dis­cuss the prob­lems and chal­lenges they’re fac­ing with some of the bright­est minds in glob­al fleet man­age­ment.

NAFA’s Inter­na­tion­al Fleet Acad­e­my helps atten­dees build the spe­cial­ized skills need­ed for the expand­ing and chang­ing fleet envi­ron­ment across diverse world mar­kets. Atten­dees will leave with a stan­dard of excel­lence for their deal­ings with­in and out­side their orga­ni­za­tion, with cus­tomers, sup­pli­ers, and dri­vers among oth­ers. The con­fer­ence is a “must” for com­pa­nies and orga­ni­za­tions with glob­al fleets, as well as cor­po­rate glob­al fleet man­agers; cor­po­rate fleet direc­tors; pro­cure­ment spe­cial­ists; cor­po­rate exec­u­tives with report­ing respon­si­bil­i­ty for their organization’s fleet oper­a­tions; fleet per­son­nel who assist fleet man­agers and direc­tors in their glob­al fleet oper­a­tions; and fleet man­agers, direc­tors, and exec­u­tives who want to learn more about mul­ti-nation­al fleet oper­a­tions.

“NAFA rec­og­nizes that there are fleet man­agers who are on that ‘need-to-know’ basis, and that is why the Inter­na­tion­al Fleet Acad­e­my was cre­at­ed,” said Rus­so. “The IFA pro­vides the tools and knowl­edge to make dif­fi­cult times and process­es more man­age­able.”

For a lim­it­ed time, atten­dees who reg­is­ter before Sep­tem­ber 30 can take advan­tage of ear­ly-bird pric­ing. More infor­ma­tion is avail­able at:

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