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Hit for Six Conference heads for an all-time record

The Hit for Six Conference 2004 will take place at the Quadrangle, Kassam Stadium, in Oxford on Wednesday, September 29.

Mazda is headline sponsor of the event, while British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) director general John Lewis will chair the day. Sessions covered are:

  • Protecting your reputation, sponsored by GE Commercial Finance Fleet Services
  • Power is nothing without control – providing drivers with the right skills, sponsored by Mazda Business Partner
  • The future of the company car – Carolyn Howes gives the Inland Revenue perspective and Alison Chapman from Deloitte gives the fleet view
  • Fuelling Growth – covering fuel choice and fuel cards
  • Protecting your assets – controlling wear and tear and insuring vehicles
  • Skills for success – covering education and motivation
    Exhibitors include cfc solutions, Elite Incident Management and Platinum Fleet Management

  • For more details, visit www.hitforsixconference.com or contact Sandra Evitt on 01733 468123 or email luke.clements@emap.com

  • Executives from manufacturers, leasing companies, rental firms and the fleet service sector can receive a comprehensive update on the business agenda for next year at the Fleet News Industry conference 2004.

    To be held on November 10 at the Hilton London Metropole, in London, the event is sponsored by National Car Rental.

    Among the key sessions covered will be Law and fleet business, transport policy in Government, fuel choice for fleets, good service for better business, the economics of new and used car pricing and new markets and products for profit.

  • For more details, contact Sandra Evitt on 01733 468123 or email luke.clements@emap.com
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