2022 Annual Conference Offers Future Leaders Opportunity to Connect

2022 NFPA Annual Conference
February 22-24, 2022
Phoenix, AZ
Registration Now Open

Members of the Future Leaders Network, a group that offers education and networking resources to younger fluid power professionals on leadership tracks within their companies, will be able to take part in an exclusive networking and learning event at the 2022 Annual Conference, taking place February 22-24 at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.

On Wednesday, February 23, Future Leaders participants are invited to participate in a meeting and presentation, followed by a reception and dinner. Additional details regarding the presentation will be announced soon.

In addition to exclusive session opportunities, those eligible for Future Leaders can also take advantage of a special discounted rate to attend the NFPA 2022 Annual Conference.  

Ensure your company is represented in the Future Leaders Network. Contact Joe Zwier at (414) 778-3369 or jzwier@nfpa.com to get involved or to refer an eligible employee to the program.

In addition to the special networking opportunities for Future Leaders participants, the conference will feature ample networking opportunities for all attendees. See who you could meet at the conference using the link below.

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