See Who’s Attending the 2016 Annual Conference

Click here to view the 2016 Annual Conference attendee list.

Over 150 attendees and 60+ guests representing 96 fluid power industry companies are registered for the 2016 Annual Conference March 9-11 at the La Cantera Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, Texas.  What will they come away with that you don’t want to miss?

  • Information on how companies like National Instruments are using big data.
  • Insights into how to manage the unrelenting wave of new technologies.
  • A better understanding of future economic trends.
  • An insider view of the current political dramas in this unpredictable election cycle.

And, that’s just the general sessions!  You also don’t want to miss the unparalleled networking opportunities and sponsorship opportunities that bring your company heightened visibility to other leaders of the fluid power industry.  There’s still time—Register Today!

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