NTEA Executive Leadership Summit announced

NTEA Executive Leadership Summit announced

This fall, the NTEA, the Association for the Work Truck Industry, will host its inaugural Executive Leadership Summit.

The annual Executive Summit will provide leaders within the work truck industry the unique opportunity to listen to and engage with experts to help them prepare for the future. The 2014 Executive Summit will take place Oct. 14-15, 2014, at the JW Marriott in Las Vegas, located in the Red Rock Canyon.

“The NTEA is pleased to announce this exciting new event,” said Steve Carey, NTEA executive director. “The Executive Leadership Summit offers a compelling opportunity to gain insights on emerging trends, both economic and industry-related, that are impacting member companies.”

The two-day event will include both industry-specific sessions pertinent to planning in the work truck industry and industry influencers, including:

  • Anticipated developments in truck technologies;
  • Market outlooks and forecasts;
  • The emerging global landscape;
  • Industry innovations; and
  • Leadership and management strategies.

“The NTEA has secured experts in their respective fields to help members manage and improve their businesses,” said Todd Davis, vice president, Phenix Enterprises Inc. and NTEA Board of Trustees’ Education Committee chairperson. “This may be the best two days you spend the entire year working on your business.”

The Executive Leadership Summit incorporates elements of the NTEA’s Business and Market Planning Summit, an annual fall conference which will no longer be held.

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