Here’s What Members Have Said About the NFPA Annual Conference

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

For years, NFPA’s Annual Conference has established itself as a premier event for fluid power executives to network, learn and prepare for a successful year ahead. The conference will be welcoming many first-time attendees this year who are looking forward to an enriching and engaging event. If you haven’t yet made your decision on attendance (or if you’re registered and eager to learn more), here’s what members have said about the conference in past years:

“There is no better place to connect with industry leaders or gain insight on the issues facing the economy, the fluid power industry, and your business.”
John L. Stenz, CEO, FORCE America

“The most beneficial aspect of NFPA is networking with my peers. To have [members] come together to exchange ideas and commiserate in the bad times and celebrate the good times is a good thing. There’s not a more efficient way to get our market together and have a conversation.”
– Larry Davis, CEO, Daman Products Company

“You can come to [the Annual Conference] and see maybe as many as 10 or 15 of your customers all in one spot, so it’s an easy place to network, and not all the travel involved with seeing all the different customers.”
– Dave Hahne, President, Industrial Hard Chrome

Looking for more Annual Conference content? See what attendees are saying on Twitter using the hashtag #NFPAconference.

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