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Book your table for the FN50 dinner

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Table bookings are being taken for the FN50 dinner which will bring the fleet industry together again in November.

The event on Tuesday 2 November is once again being held at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel situated on the South Bank in the heart of London. If you are serious about renewing business and networking with your peers in the leasing industry, don't miss this year's FN50 event.

Fleet News is positively planning for the event and, of course, will be led by Government guidelines if there are any new announcements in the lead up, but we do want you to book with confidence and can assure you that the safety and comfort of our guests is paramount in the planning process.

The highlight of the evening is the reveal of the FN50 listing, the annual guide to the largest leasing companies in the UK. Also featured will be a detailed analysis of the state of the fleet industry, the Fleet News Hall of Fame, manufacturer reliability awards and annual FN50 leasing customer service awards.

New for this year is the Fleet News Wellbeing Award, which has been launched in celebration and honour of James Davis, customer insight director at Cox Automotive, a man beloved by so many in the fleet industry who sadly died in July.

Entertainment will be provided by a top comedian.

Book your table for the FN50 dinner

Pictures: The 2019 FN50 Dinner Gallery

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