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Discover how to right-size your fleet at NAFA's virtual event

Fleet managers can learn how to dig into their data to develop an asset management strategy at NAFA's Virtual Institute & Expo this Thursday (September 17).

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused many businesses to question whether they have the right fleet size and Thursday's session titled 'Success stories on fleet right sizing' will help fleet managers to:

  • Understand how to get the data required to identify underused vehicles.
  • Learn tips to reduce and right-size vehicles from experienced government and university fleet managers.
  • Understand the role fleet policies play in identifying opportunities to reduce vehicles.

There are more than 30 sessions taking place over the four-day event, organised by the Amercian fleet management association, with all sessions recorded and available until October 2, 2020.

Other highlights from the agenda include:

  • The Winner’s Circle Panel - NAFA’s Fleet Excellence Awards (FLEXY) winners and NAFA Members discuss best practices and what makes their fleets stand out. 
  • Work-Life Balance Tips from Smart Employers –  top trends progressive employers are using to support better work/life balance for their employees from added flexibility, to productivity tools for time management, to mini-retirements to recharge.
  • Accelerate Your Career - 11 Fleet Essentials -  a handy checklist for fleet professionals.

Register for the event here, using the promo code FLASH to save $100.

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