Reconnect with Your Industry Peers at the 2021 NFPA Annual Conference

2021 NFPA Annual Conference 
February 24-26, 2021
Virtual & In-Person Options Available
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There is still time to register for the 2021 Annual Conference, whether you plan to attend virtually or in-person. Here are the top reasons to secure your spot today:

  1. Network with top fluid power industry leaders via a ballroom-inspired online platform or in-person at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia in Scottsdale, Arizona. [Tip: See who you could meet.]
  2. Make deeper connections while having fun with your colleagues by participating in online interactive activities like Trivia and Family Feud. [Tip: Add these activities to your registration before they fill up!]
  3. Be a Future LeaderFor those eligible, this program is a great introduction to the association and industry and offers exclusive additional networking and leadership development activities. [Tip: Contact Katrina at for more.]
  4. Learn about geopolitical events, international economic forecasts, leading in times of crisis and the power of digital relationships when you tune in to presentations from our expert speakers.
  5. Gain insight on topics like workforce strategies and fluid power technology drivers by attending a virtual panel discussion from your home, office or hotel room.


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