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NTEA’s 2018 Executive Leadership Summit Aims To Identify Connections Within The Work Truck Industry

This year’s curriculum spotlights a one-day program, providing a forum to explore the most important trends influencing the industry.

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NTEA’s Executive Leadership Summit will be hosted on Oct. 16 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. This year’s curriculum spotlights a one-day program, providing a unique forum to explore the most important trends influencing the industry. The overall schedule continues to allow ample time to connect with industry leaders and colleagues.

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Business owners and managers in any capacity have the opportunity to get current, focused data and information from economists, thought leaders and peers. Subject matter experts will address the 2018 Summit theme – connections between people, places and things in the commercial vehicle community – from their respective vantage points.

“Our summit is the place where industry stakeholders come to articulate their business issues and receive practical feedback from seasoned leaders,” said Steve Carey, NTEA executive director. “This year’s program is geared toward the connectivity between personnel, locations and technology that exists within the commercial vehicle community.”

Topics to be addressed include:

  • Economic and industry outlook
  • Workforce development
  • Augmented and virtual reality
  • Organizational culture

Advance pricing ($399 NTEA members/$599 non-members) is available when registering by Monday, Sept. 17. After this date, rates increase to $499 NTEA member/$699 non-members. Visit ntea.com/executivesummit for more details and registration information.

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