Wednesday, September 18 — 9:45 AM
For nearly a decade, Rainn Wilson endeared himself to millions on the hit American edition of The Office, earning three Emmy nominations with his portrayal of Dwight Schrute, an eccentric paper salesman whose ego and dreams of being “#2” knew no bounds.
As a speaker, Wilson draws on the offbeat genius behind his on-screen characterizations, showing audiences how creativity isn’t simply for artists. It’s for everyone.
October 9-10, 2019 Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel, Arlington, Virginia
- Honorable Bruce Landsberg, Vice Chairman, National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
NTSB’s “Most Wanted List” — Road Safety Challenges and Future Solutions
- Sergio Rojas, Holistic Health Coach, Functional Movement Specialist and Certified Nutrition Specialist
Integrating Wellness Initiatives Into Your Employee Road Safety Program, Including Real World Cost Implications
- David L. Harkey, President Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the Highway Loss Data Institute
Vehicle Technology in an Ever-changing Fleet World, Including the Latest OEM Technology Advances
- Faye Caldwell, Attorney at Law, Caldwell Everson PLLC
Employer Cannabis Legalization and Policy Development: A Best Practice Employer Road Map
Investment comes as the company completes over two million fuel deliveries more sustainably and safely than traditional supply chains. Adds new corporate partners. Expands service to fleets.
“Our customers and their employees have been asking us to expand into new markets for quite some time,” said Frank Mycroft, Booster CEO. “This funding and the caliber of those behind it gives us the ability to do so, and build the on-demand mobile fueling category we created. We will continue to revolutionize the way consumers and fleets get their fuel.”
According to conventional wisdom, pulling a driver’s motor vehicle record (MVR) once a year is enough to identify risky drivers.
Among the most common objections to implementing a continuous motor vehicle record (MVR) program is that a once-a-year MVR pull is “good enough” to identify risky drivers.
This objection, which reflects conventional wisdom about MVRs, is true enough for most drivers. However, even the best driver can engage in risky behavior resulting in a violation — raising the fleet’s risk profile, the potential for a serious crash, and a liability lawsuit.
By Ed Pierce, Fleet Industry Marketer
With the significant amount of inbound and outbound tactics available to marketers today and the rapidly evolving state of marketing best practices, you fully understand your business’ need for ROI-driven solutions to implement a successful Inbound marketing program.
Your website, content development and marketing, social-media efforts, and email-marketing campaigns — all of your digital presence — work together to become an effective lead generation and qualification source.
To develop the best inbound marketing program effectively, consider taking the following three-phased approach:
Distracted driving has become one of the most significant dangers on the road today, and it’s also one of the biggest problems facing fleet and risk managers.
It is regarded as an epidemic on the roads and has contributed to the surge in road fatalities seen in recent years.
To help fleets tackle this issue, eDriving is hosting a new webinar Hanging up on Distraction: Techniques for Changing Driver Behavior. In this free webinar, eDriving’s Brain Scientist Advisor Dr. Paul Atchley will help you explore the science behind your drivers’ phone addiction and discuss the true extent of how this risky behavior impacts driver performance, other road users, and your organization’s reputation and bottom line.
Thusday, Jul 11, 2019 — 11:00 AM PDT (7:00 PM BST)
Brendan P. Keegan, CEO of the nation’s 8th largest fleet management company to discuss connecting and distributing new mobility technologies in the B2B landscape at leading tech event on July 10th
Merchants Fleet CEO Brendan P. Keegan will discuss the trend toward an increasingly mobile future and how FleetTech partners like Merchants are equipped to manage and connect this diverse system for their enterprise clients at TechCrunch Sessions: Mobility on July 10 in San Jose, California. The day-long event, which is centered on challenging assumptions and helping attendees understand the mobility revolution, features programming from industry-leading founders, investors, and technologists and is often considered one of the biggest technology events of the year
Keegan’s session, titled “If You Build It, Will They Buy? – The Role of the FleetTech Partner in the Future Mobility Ecosystem” will explore who will manage and connect the variety of new technologies, services, and connectivity in the mobility space for businesses and agencies.
“We’re at an exciting point in the mobility revolution, where organizations have more ways than ever to increase efficiencies and flexibility in transportation and service,” said Keegan. “This variety is only going to continue increasing, and businesses must be able to manage, connect, and best leverage the wealth of technologies and services at their disposal to ensure future success.”