Vipar Heavy Duty kicking off Impact Conference virtually

Vipar Heavy Duty kicking off Impact Conference virtually

Vipar Heavy Duty will virtually kick off its annual Impact Conference on Oct. 20, a three-day event to share ideas, business insights and technology solutions to support the continued growth of the network.

Vipar says the conference will deliver many typical features of the conference, plus additional content.

The company says the V! Impact Conference will feature updates from the G3 management team on the organization, including the Partsphere Digital Ecosystem, a virtual tradeshow featuring 125 booths, general session, annual stockholder meeting, supplier meeting, distributor education session and prescheduled one-to-one meetings, facilitated with fully integrated video conferencing to connect distributors and suppliers. The virtual platform also offers built-in text, audio and video chat functionality.

In addition, Viper Heavy Duty says it will host 30 supplier training breakout sessions. Training sessions will be held live during the event and then available on-demand within the conference platform until the end of the year.

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