Reasons to Attend NFPA’s 2022 Annual Conference

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

NFPA’s 2022 Annual Conference, hosted at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, will offer ample opportunities to learn, connect and equip attendees for the year ahead. Though there are dozens of reasons to make an appearance at the conference, here are just five features of the event you won’t want to miss:

  1. Networking with Industry Executives
    58% of attendees at the 2020 Annual Conference were VP level or above, which makes this event the ideal venue to network with key players in the fluid power industry. View the industry professionals you could meet at the conference on our See Who’s Attending List.
  2. Learning from Nine Engaging Educational Sessions with Immediately Actionable Insights
    Learn about geopolitical events, utilization of business intelligence, supply chain analysis and executive wellness when you view presentations from our expert speakers, both in-person and online for virtual attendees.
  3. Playing in the NFPA Foundation Golf Fundraiser
    New to the Annual Conference is a golf tournament intended to raise funds for NFPA workforce programs that encourage students to pursue careers in fluid power. Participants can choose from a variety of donor levels offering varying player benefits and sponsorship exposure when they register for the conference.
  4. Becoming a Future Leader
    For those eligible, this program is a great introduction to the association and industry and offers exclusive additional networking and leadership development activities. Contact Joe Zwier at for more information.
  5. Elevating Your Company’s Exposure with Exclusive Sponsorship Opportunities
    Members who become NFPA sponsors will not only see their company promoted at the Annual Conference but will also enjoy 50% off the standard fee for each sponsorship level. Companies can also receive exposure by adding an NFPA Foundation Golf Fundraiser reservation to their registration.

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