Mark Your Calendars for Upcoming NFPA Events

Make new connections and reconnect with old ones at an upcoming NFPA event. As part of our mission to strengthen the fluid power industry, we aim to help NFPA members from across the supply chain connect with each other, OEMs and related technology partners. We’ve scheduled a number of upcoming events in the coming year to facilitate these connections while also providing useful industry-specific information about economics, technology, leadership and more.

November 5, 2021: Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge Networking Mixer*
Online

Participating Pascal Society Donors will receive heightened visibility through this virtual event delivery, and they will also have exclusive access to the resumes of the students in advance of the event. This is a great opportunity for NFPA members to discuss career opportunities with emerging engineers early in the school year. Students from 23 universities across country will be in attendance.

Contact Stephanie Scaccianoce at sscaccianoce@nfpa.com to learn more or sign up.

*Opportunity open to Pascal Society Donors only.

November 10, 2021: NFPA Economic Update Event (featuring economist and IEOC-favorite Jim Meil)
Cleveland, Ohio and Online

This hybrid event will provide insights into the latest economic developments, future trends for the U.S. and global economy and the effects on the fluid power industry. Attendees will learn what to expect from a number of the industry’s most popular customer markets while also getting the answers they need to the short-term outlook for the fluid power industry. In-person attendees in Cleveland will have the opportunity to network over breakfast before the presentation.

Registration for the event is now open.

December 2, 2021: NFPA / FPIC Quarterly Conference
Online

A popular series among NFPA members, OEMs and other technology partners alike, NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conferences provide enriching presentations on the latest in fluid power intelligence/insights and casual networking.

The December event will take place virtually and will feature presentations on advanced technologies for eco-friendly fluid power systems. More details and registration will be available later in fall.

February 22-24, 2022: 2022 NFPA Annual Conference
Phoenix, Arizona

The NFPA Annual Conference is THE place to make lasting connections with key decision makers and leaders within the industry. Featuring ample networking opportunities and timely presentations to help you improve your business, you won’t want to miss the 2022 Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.

Registration for the Annual Conference is expected to open in November.

March 3, 2022: NFPA / FPIC Quarterly Conference
Chicago, Illinois and Online

Tentatively planned to offer the option of in-person or virtual networking, this event will aim to educate attendees about advanced manufacturing technologies for fluid power components and systems.

More information and registration will be available in early 2022.

March 22, 2022: NFPA Economic Update Event
Online

This event will provide new perspectives and actionable updates to the insights provided in the November event. Attendees will come away with a better understanding of the economic risks and opportunities facing their organization during these uncertain economic conditions.

June 2, 2022: NFPA / FPIC Quarterly Conference
TBD

Initial planning is still underway for the June NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference, which will continue the series of enriching presentations on the latest in fluid power intelligence/insights and casual industry networking.

August 16-17, 2022: 2022 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference (Foundation Golf Fundraiser August 15)
Chicago, Illinois

Consistently the most-attended NFPA event each year, the 2022 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference will continue to offer the hard data and expert analysis the event is known for along with the opportunity to meet with fluid power professionals from across the supply chain. The NFPA Foundation Golf Fundraiser will take place ahead of the conference and will provide the chance to network over golf while helping support the workforce development programs of the NFPA Foundation.

Registration for the conference will open in spring of 2022.

March 14-18, 2023: IFPE 2023
Las Vegas, Nevada

While a 2023 event might seem like it’s in the distant future, now is the time to start planning your presence at this top fluid power show. Exhibitor space sales are open. Whether you want to show off your company’s mobile or industrial technologies, you should claim your space sooner rather than later. Contact IFPE Show Management at exhibitors@aem.org or (866) 236-0442 to get started.

Watch for registration announcements and more, or visit NFPAHub.com/Events to start making your plans today.

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