Registration opens for ERA Convention in Amsterdam

By Murray Pollok08 February 2011

ERA holds its annual convention on 7-9 June at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam.

ERA holds its annual convention on 7-9 June at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam.

The European Rental Association (ERA) has opened registration for its annual convention in Amsterdam in June. The convention takes place alongside the second International Rental Exhibition (IRE).

The convention takes place from 7 to 9 June at the RAI convention centre in Amsterdam. Visitors can book their place at the convention at ERA website (click here) and obtain information on the conference programme, hotels and other information.

The best ‘early-bird' prices are available before Tuesday 1 March.

The convention will start at 2.00pm on Tuesday 7 June and end at 5.30pm on Thursday 9 June. The programme includes rental depot visits and a roundtable discussion with rental companies and manufacturers on the Tuesday, with the full ERA workshop and plenary sessions on the Wednesday and Thursday.

Speakers in the conference will include Eduardo Rodriguez-Priego of IHS Global Insight; Chris Wehrman, chief executive of the American Rental Association; and Jeff Eisenberg of Riwal.

Roundtable sessions will cover topics including: equipment end of life strategies; investment analysts' view of the rental sector; the place of family-owned rental companies; and the impact of social networks on rental marketing strategies.

Visitors can register to attend the convention, including entrance to the International Rental Exhibition (IRE), and also book places for the European Rental Awards dinner, which takes place at the Okura Hotel on the Wednesday evening.

To register for the convention/awards dinner: click here

For information on the International Rental Exhibition (IRE): www.ireshow.com

For information on the European Rental Awards: www.khl.com/rentalawards

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