IEOC Early Bird Registration Deadline July 14

2017 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC)
August 15 – 16, 2017
Golf and welcome reception August 14

Westin Chicago North Shore in Wheeling, Illinois

NFPA members can save $150 on Industry & Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC) registration by taking advantage of early bird registration rates. Early bird registration for this year’s IEOC ends Friday, July 14.

This year’s conference will offer critical insight and opportunities in economics, market forecasts, technology, and networking to help fluid power business leaders successfully plan for the future. This year’s schedule is packed with an outstanding lineup of industry experts, including IEOC favorites Alan Beaulieu, Eli Lustgarten, John Walker, and Jim Meil.

If you have any questions, please contact Eric Armstrong at earmstrong@nfpa.com.

 

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