Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC), one of the UK’s biggest and most influential chambers of commerce in the UK, has confirmed its support of Fleet Management Live 2016.
In backing the event, the GBCC will also host a company vehicle briefing session at the show for its 2,500-plus members.
“The Midlands has long been a key region for the motor and transport sector, so we’re delighted to work with Fleet Management Live," said Paul Faulkner, chief executive of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.
"With member companies responsible for the region’s small, medium and large fleets, we recognise the importance of best practise in fleet management and how it can really impact business efficiency and employee satisfaction.
"We’ll be hosting a session at the event on how enterprises can improve fleet efficiency and lower costs and will announce more details shortly.”
Fleet Management Live 2016 has made some significant announcements in the past few weeks including participation from Vauxhall and many of the UK’s top leasing companies.
The event will almost double in size for 2016 and will feature an exhibition, free-to-attend best practice sessions, advice clinics and seminars for non-traditional fleet managers including human resources, finance and procurement.
Chris Lester, event director, said: “Fleet Management Live has captured the imagination of both visitors and exhibitors.
"We’ve some significant new areas for 2016 including telematics, insurance, and maintenance.
"It’s great to be working with such a respected organisation as GBCC to bring create even more reasons for fleet decision makers to attend the event.
He added: "We’re seeing a big surge in suppliers from all sectors signing up and we are developing some compelling sessions for fleet, HR and finance managers to get the most from their company vehicles.”
Fleet Management Live takes place at the NEC in Birmingham on October 19 and 20.
- For more information on Fleet Management Live and sponsorship details, visit www.fleetmanagementlive.co.uk or contact Luke Clements, event manager, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01733 468325