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BVRLA announces dates for events in 2016

BVRLA announces dates for events in 2016

The BVRLA has confirmed its calendar of events, including forums, conferences and social events, for 2016.

Some 20 events are already planned from January onwards, including three Technical and Operational Management (TOM) forums, three Residual Value and Remarketing (RVR) forums, five Industry forums and two Asset Management and Risk Control forums.

BVRLA Chief Executive Gerry Keaney said: “The events we’ve planned for 2016 are sure to appeal to all-comers – from frontline customer service advisors to behind-the-scenes executives.

“Our past events have been praised for their unrivalled networking opportunities, strategic insight and excellent expert speakers.”

Highlights from the 2016 calendar include:

  • BVRLA Annual Dinner – a black tie ball taking place at the London Hilton on Park Lane (March 3)
  • Broker 200 in aid of BEN – a charity kart race around the Daytona Milton Keynes circuit (May 18)
  • Fleet Technology Congress – a conference exploring the latest automotive technologies (July 6)

The entire 2016 events calendar can be viewed online at www.bvrla.co.uk/events.

The events can be attended by anyone in the fleet industry – not just BVRLA members – and representatives from the association will also be present at a number of other industry events, including the CV Show in April 2016.

A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are also available for businesses operating in the sector, with interested parties able to exhibit at any of the BVRLA’s events.


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