Sebastien Blondin, President, Element Fleet Management, Canada (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)
Action-packed day exceeds expectations.
Element invited fleet professionals from the Greater Toronto Area to enjoy a full day of workshops, a keynote presentation, a trade show and a ride & drive.
The day began with workshops that covered three timely subjects: controlling maintenance costs, data insight, and safety and emerging technologies.
Following the opening of the trade show, Element’s guests were ushered into an auditorium to enjoy a presentation by Sebastien Blondin, Element’s President for Canada, and a keynote address by Bruce Croxon, former co-star of Dragon’s Den.
After lunch, Element’s guests were invited to enjoy the Ride & Drive, which featured dozens of vehicles, including some executive-level sedans.
Fleet professionals also had an opportunity to take a closer look at some of the latest products and innovations from an array of upfitters, all of whom had their wares on display near the Ride & Drive area.
Look for a full report in a future issue of fleetdigest.
John Meiklejohn, National Account Manager for Element, speakers about controlling maintenance costs (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)
Eliot Bensel, Director, Risk & Safety for Element, talks about some of the latest safety technologies and which ones make a difference for fleet (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)
A large array of commercial fleet vehicles were on display at this year’s Ride & Drive (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)
Guests of Element had an opportunity to take a closer look at some not-so-fleet-like vehicle, including this Alfa Romeo (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)
A very large trade show was part of the day’s attractions (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)
Element’s ongoing theme… Empowering Extraordinary (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)
Upfitters were on hand showing off some of their latest innovations(Photo: Jack Kazmierski)
Natalie Sievert, VP Sales, Central Region and Interim Chief Commercial Officer invited Element’s guests to the keynote address (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)
Keynote speaker, Bruce Croxon (former Dragon), entertained and educated the audience with his unique view of the business world (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)