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The AFP Annual Conference

Free

Location

Date

May 18 2022 09:30 - 15:30

Description

The Association of Fleet Professionals’ is ‘the organisation for fleet professionals’.

It provides fleet stakeholders with ‘increased voice through combined strength’ and shares information and best practice with it's members, as well as offering comprehensive training programmes through the AFP Academy.

The Annual Conference enables AFP members to connect with their peers, listen to how other companies are managing their fleets and take back actionable insight that they can apply when they get back to the office.

The Annual Conference will focus on EV deployment skills for Fleet Managers. This includes panel and guest speaker sessions on;

  • EV Charging Infrastructure – Office & Home
  • How to Reimburse your Drivers for Home Charging Costs
  • Delivering a Smart EV Highway Charging Solution for your Vehicles
  • Using Data & Telematics to Optimise your Fleet and Monitor your EVs to Ensure Adequacy
  • Salary Sacrifice Deployment - Uptake and Hints & Tips

This is a members only event, not to be missed.  

If you are not a member, you can join up from as little as £99 per year via the AFP website - Membership Services - AFP (theafp.co.uk)

Organiser

The Association of Fleet Professionals’ is ‘the organisation for fleet professionals’.

It provides fleet stakeholders with ‘increased voice through combined strength’ and shares information and best practice with it's members, as well as offering comprehensive training programmes through the AFP Academy.

The Annual Conference enables AFP members to connect with their peers, listen to how other companies are managing their fleets and take back actionable insight that they can apply when they get back to the office.

An event that is not to be missed.  If you are not a member, you can join up for as little as £99 per year via the AFP website - Membership Services - AFP (theafp.co.uk)

Venue

British Motor Museum British Motor Museum, Banbury Road Gaydon, CV35 0BJ Warwick

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