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Last chance for cut price on conference tickets

FLEET decision-makers have until the end of this week to save £25 off the ticket price for the Hit for Six Conference taking place in September.

Anyone booking before Friday will also receive a free Fleet News Directory as well as the discounted ticket price.

Television presenter Declan Curry will chair the event and fleet managers will also get their first chance to see Honda’s new Civic in the UK.

Hit for Six, which takes place on September 21, is being held in association with the Association of Car Fleet Operators.

Covering a range of topics will be speakers Bill Pownall, motor fleet class specialist at Norwich Union Risk Service, Carolyn Howes, policy advisor at HM Revenue & Customs, Harvey Perkins, director people services at KPMG, Harsha Modha, manager of benefit programmes at GlaxoSmithKline, Barclays fleet manager Caroline Sandall, CAP (Future Values) managing editor Mark Norman, DTZ Dagenham Tie Leung fleet manager Liz Hollands and Hywel Houghton-Jones, head of purchasing at Nationwide Building Society.

It is sponsored by Honda UK. Sessions are sponsored by GE Commercial Finance Fleet Services, Inchcape Automotive and RAC Software Solutions. Exhibitors will include RAC Auto Windscreens, Peak Performance Management, cfc solutions and Platinum Fleet Management.

  • Book now by calling Luke Clements on 01733 468325 or emailing luke.clements@emap.com. For more information, visit www.hitforsixconference.com.
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