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NFPA Executive Leadership Program

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Together with the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, NFPA is launching the NFPA Executive Leadership Program, a series of six full-day education sessions tailored to the needs of emerging and established leaders in the fluid power industry. The sessions take place over the course of 18 months, with four sessions co-located with major NFPA conferences and two sessions at the state-of-the-art Allen Center on the Northwestern campus.

Designed to provide a fluid power industry specific experience that accelerates leadership and fosters long-term connections, session content will focus on both the hard and soft skills needed to create success for participants’ organizations and the fluid power
industry as a whole.

 

 

 

 


Motion + Power Technology Expo

 

NFPA is participating in the new Motion + Power Technology Expo (MPTE). The bi-annual event will take place in Detroit, Michigan, October 15-17, 2019 at the Cobo Center. Attendees will get a look at the latest technologies in fluid power, mechanical power transmission, and electric drives.
 

NFPA member companies will get a discounted rate on exhibit space: $24 per square foot vs. $28 per square foot for non members. 
 

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