Set your company up for success. Purchase access to the 2020 IEOC presentation recordings today!
NFPA’s 2020 Industry and Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC) featured exceptional presentations from industry experts on everything from COVID-19 predictions to fluid power industry insights. If you were unable to attend, you can still view this valuable content by purchasing a post-event access pass.
This pass, available to members for the discounted rate of $499, includes video recordings of every presentation that you can watch, on-demand, as many times as you’d like. In addition to the recordings, you can download a PDF copy of each presenter’s slides. The pass also includes pertinent conversations between NFPA staff that detail the programs and benefits included with your membership.
This offer and content will only be available until October 13, 2020.
The materials from this year’s IEOC provide members the resources they need to navigate this particularly volatile year. Get your access to relevant economic intelligence today.
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