NFPA’s 2019 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference Registration and Hotel Deadlines Approaching

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NFPA’s 2019 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference Registration and Hotel Deadlines Approaching

Contributor: National Fluid Power Association

Deadlines are looming for this year’s NFPA Industry and Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC). Early bird registration and the hotel reservation deadlines are both July 12th. Those interested in attending are encouraged to register for the conference and book their hotel rooms as soon as possible to ensure room availability and to get the best registration rate. The conference takes place August 12-14, 2019 at the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort in Oak Brook, Illinois. 

Registration is open for NFPA members and non-members alike at:

Focusing on the opportunities and threats associated with the economy as they relate specifically to the fluid power industry, the IEOC features the analyses, hard data, and critical insight needed to help fluid power business leaders translate economic trends into competitive intelligence and successfully plan for the future. New content areas include digital transformation in the fluid power industry, analysis of IoT in manufacturing, and the gear industry. The conference schedule is not only packed with valuable content, but also opportunities to foster more and better business connections throughout the conference. Because the conference consistently brings in 300+ attendees from across the fluid power supply chain, it is one of the best opportunities for information gathering and networking. 

About the NFPA NFPA is a trade association focused on strengthening the hydraulics and pneumatics industry. With more than 340 fluid power manufacturers, distributors and suppliers in its membership, NFPA works to advance fluid power education, technology and the industry as a whole. 

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