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Hit for Six conference to tackle today's top fleet issues

FLEET News and Fleet NewsNet is hosting a major new conference to help tackle six of the most important issues decision-makers face.

The Hit for Six conference, sponsored by Mazda, will take place on October 1, at The Quadrangle Conference Centre, in Oxford.

Up to 10,000 fleet decision-makers were asked what subjects they wanted the conference to cover, to ensure the content was tailored specifically to what the industry needs. The one-day conference will be chaired by Tony Leigh, chairman of the Association of Car Fleet Operators.

The six key issues covered will include:

  • Risky Business, looking at all areas of risk management
  • Cash in Hand, sponsored by Mazda Business Partner, which will provide in-depth guidance on alternative car provision
  • Taxing Topics, an expert analysis of the latest changes to company car and van taxation
  • Power Struggle, sponsored by the Energy Saving Trust, providing the latest advice on the fuel choice maze
  • Service History, which will examine how changes to block exemption will impact fleet decision-makers
  • Predict Your Future, looking at the key issues fleet decision-makers need to consider for the future.

    Hit for Six deals with many of the issues raised by fleet decision-makers who have responded to our Get Trained campaign, such as fleet finance, taxation and fleet management best practice.

    Fleets in charge of more than 15,000 vehicles worth in excess of £210 million have signed up for help through the campaign and have now received information about training providers who can help them.

  • To register for the Mazda-sponsored Hit for Six conference, call Sandra Evitt on 01733 468123, email luke.clements@emap.com or click on the Hit For Six button on the righthand side of this website's homepage for booking information.
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