2022 NFPA Annual Conference
February 22-24, 2022
Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, AZ
While NFPA’s 2022 Annual Conference will feature valuable educational sessions, exclusive Future Leaders opportunities and the NFPA Foundation Golf Fundraiser, one of its most notable features is the prime networking with the industry’s top executives. Manufacturers, distributors and suppliers will all be in attendance at the event which means it is an excellent venue to advance your company and career. At the 2020 Annual Conference, 58% of attendees were VP level or above making this event a crucial location for networking with key players in the fluid power industry. Click here to view the attendee list and plan your networking strategy.
For members who aren’t yet ready to return to in-person events, the 2022 conference will also offer a virtual alternative where attendees can view presentations and interact with others from wherever they’re comfortable.
In-person attendees are encouraged to register soon as the Suite Deal Contest, which bumps two attendees to free, upgraded rooms, is only available until January 14.
Make your plans today to attend NFPA’s 2022 Annual Conference and develop crucial connections with top fluid power professionals.
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