Last Chance to Access 2020 IEOC Content

This week is your last opportunity to access to the 2020 Industry and Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC) presentation recordings, downloadable PDFs and Q&A history. Our online event platform will only be available, for those who attended live and those who bought access later, until October 13, 2020.

This year’s IEOC featured particularly valuable information considering current economic struggles globally. The presenters, such as Alan Beaulieu and Sam Potolicchio, shared noteworthy insights regarding everything from COVID-19’s impact on the fluid power economy to the influence of the 2020 election on the country’s financial state.

The presentations from the 2020 IEOC offer the necessary resources for you to make informed decisions about the year ahead. If you missed the event, you can still purchase access today to set your company up for success during this unprecedented economic period.

Questions? Contact Eric Armstrong at (414) 778-3372 or email earmstrong@nfpa.com.

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