Transportation expert and economist Noel Perry will be the keynote speaker at the opening gala of the St. Louis Towing & Recovery Management Summit, to take place June 15-17.
Winter Springs, FL, March 15, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Transportation expert and economist Noel Perry will be the keynote speaker at the opening gala of the St. Louis Towing & Recovery Management Summit, to take place June 15-17.
Perry, the rare economist specializing in transportation and logistics, will provide key insights about where the transportation industry is headed and how that will impact the towing and recovery industry.
He also will moderate the summit’s “Advice from Industry Icons” panel discussion to help towing operators explore ideas for the future. And Perry will head the roundtable “Addressing the Shrinking Employee Pool,” generating suggestions about how and where Summit attendees can find employees and tap into pools of new talent.By 2030 towing will be fabulously more sophisticated than it is today.
In a recent Tow Times magazine interview, Perry said: “The more complex the job is the bigger the benefits of automating it. By 2030 towing will be fabulously more sophisticated than it is today.”
In its third consecutive year, the Summit is the place to be for towing owners looking to face the future armed with knowledge, skills and up-to-date industry information on how best to manage their businesses in changing times.
Escape the everyday pressure of operating your business and attend the Summit, where you can plan for your company’s future. Register for the St. Louis Summit today at TowSummit.com.
The following towing associations are offering Summit registration discounts: CTTA, PWOF, STA, NHTA, GSTA, TRAO, TTTA, TTSA and TRAA. Contact the association for your discount code.
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