IEOC

Registration Open for the 2017 IEOC

Published On April 19, 2017 | By Eric Armstrong | Market Reports, NFPA Events

2017 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC)
August 15 – 16, 2017
Golf and welcome reception August 14

Westin Chicago North Shore
Wheeling, Illinois

The 2017 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference schedule is packed with an outstanding lineup of industry experts, and, as always, registration is open to everyone in the fluid power supply chainNFPA members and non-members alike. Register for the conference here, and don’t forget to book your hotel room here. Early bird rates end July 14, 2017.

Drawings and Hotel Information

New – Stats Toolkit IEOC Drawing – 50% Off IEOC Registration
As an added incentive to take advantage of NFPA’s market information tools and services, members who have a registered Stats Toolkit account by June 16, 2017 will be entered into a drawing to receive a 50% discount on their 2017 IEOC registration.  If the winner has already registered for the 2017 IEOC, a 50% refund of the registration fee paid will be applied. Learn more here.

“Suite Deal Drawing”
Don’t forget to take advantage of NFPA’s “Suite Deal” returning for the 2017 IEOC. Everyone who books a reservation at the Westin AND registers for the IEOC by June 16th will be entered in a drawing for a suite upgrade. If you’re ever going to win a suite upgrade, this is the time!

Hotel Information
The 2017 IEOC is again at the Westin Chicago North Shore. NFPA has reserved a limited number of rooms at a discounted rate of $175 plus tax. This special rate is only available until July 24, 2017 or the block is full.* To reserve your room, click here or call the Westin reservations line at (847) 777-6500. Be sure to request the “National Fluid Power Association” rate.

*Please Note: NFPA room blocks historically sell out long before the cut-off date. It is advisable that you book your room early.

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oversees NFPA’s fluid power economic and statistical programs. He blogs on the Market Outlook about what he learns from NFPA’s surveys and reports as well as fluid power industry economists.

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