Paul Willis, managing director of Volkswagen UK, will be one of the key speakers taking part in the conference, which takes place in London on November 6.
His presentation on his vision for the fleet market will be one of a number of fleet-focused presentations designed to provide an in-depth view of the future of the fleet market and the business opportunities it holds.
Other speakers include Chris Cooper, managing director of international consultancy Challenge Consulting, who will examine key techniques for improving customer service; Peter Soliman, chief executive officer of Fleet Logistics, who will offer an international overview of the fleet market; and Tim Hudson, commercial director of LeasePlan, who will give an in-depth guide to the business opportunities in green fleet management.
One of the key parts of the day will be The Big Debate – Battle for the Green Pound, an interactive debate which will look in-depth at how businesses can develop their green offering.
Among the panellists will be Jon Webb, director of Lex Momentum Consultancy Services.
In the afternoon, there will be a session providing a detailed look at fleet views on customer service, with a panel of experts including Susan McDonald, head of strategic sourcing for Virgin Media, and a number of other senior fleet decision-makers.
The FN50 Conference is the annual conference for companies which supply fleet operators, such as leasing companies, manufacturers, fast-fits and rental companies.
This year’s event, sponsored by National Car Rental and Kwik-Fit Fleet, will focus on three key issues covering the environment, customer service and managing change.
The content was partly developed by an advisory panel of industry experts who provided their views on the key issues facing currently facing fleet suppliers and the industry.
Other sessions included in the conference will include a look at how expansion of congestion charging and a proposed ministerial briefing to provide the Government’s view on how the legislative environment might change in the future.