Nexus To Attend The Fleet Manager Conference

February 2, 2018 2:34 pm

Nexus Vehicle Rental, the UK’s leading tech-driven business mobility provider, will be attending the 2018 Fleet Manager Conference, taking place on 21st March.

FM18 Conference Invite


The Fleet Manager Conference event (FM18) is now in its 4th year and is aimed at transport, fleet and vehicle procurement managers who work for the Public Sector, within Housing and for its associated maintenance contractors. FM18 will provide opportunities for delegates to debate content, over coffee or lunch, and also to maybe make a connection with the new service provider. There are many ways to update your knowledge and skills,  but live events such as FM18 provide a unique learning experience that may also lead to career building and networking opportunities that you just can’t find anywhere else.


Nexus will attend the very popular event for the first time in March, demonstrating its industry-leading rental management software, IRIS, to public sector & housing fleet professionals. FM18 is a unique conference and exhibition providing the best advice and solutions, tailored specifically for this sector. In between the main conference sessions, delegates will have the opportunity to view the exhibition and vehicle displays, enjoy workshop activities or meet with key suppliers to this sector, who all have products and services specifically designed to assist in the compliant operation of their fleet. 


Registration is now open and the event will take place at a new venue for the event Mythe Barn in centrally located Leicestershire.


The event is FREE* to attend and the day includes – refreshments, lunch, conference, exhibition, and all extra activities. Parking is also free at the venue and free transfers can be arranged from the local train station at Atherstone. 


Further details –


Visit Nexus on Stand A12 at the event, Register to attend here.

*FREE delegate places are subject to approval and terms & conditions apply.


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This post was written by Helen Wakefield