2022 International Car Rental Show Registration Now Open

Many industry suppliers will be available in the expo hall, allowing attendees to see first-hand what innovations, tech, and solutions may help your business. 

Photo courtesy of Ross Stewart/RMS3Digital

It's time to sign up for the car rental industry's premier event, as the 2022 International Car Rental Show convenes in person at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino this April 24-26. Registration is now open.

Presented with the American Car Rental Association (ACRA), the annual ICRS is where the car rental industry connects. “We can’t wait to get back to our normal schedule for this year's car rental show,” said Chris Brown ICRS conference chair. “We're still buzzing from last year's show in August and have some really good stuff in the works to follow that momentum this year to help rental professionals run a successful operation." 

ICRS conference chair Chris Brown welcomes attendees at last year's show and looks forward to seeing you in 2022!

Photo courtesy of Ross Stewart/RMS3Digital

This year's opening keynote address "Preparing for the New Mobility Landscape" will be presented by Europcar Mobility Group. Here, Jose Blanco, Europcar Mobility Group’s chief sales officer and Mike Jaberi, Fox Rent a Car’s managing director, will discuss growth opportunities in the market.

Seminar topics will include an outlook on fleet sales, Fleet Operations in a Tight Supply, High-Mileage Environment, Credit Underwriting University, Scaling Contactless/Keyless Solutions in Your Operations, and revenue management. Check out the initial agenda online now, and stay tuned for further updates. Of course, you can also expect world-class networking opportunities, on-site meals, opportunities to meet with vendors and suppliers in the expo hall, and insight into the trends and topics to best run your business. 

This year's show brings attendees to the Paris Las Vegas for a powerful agenda all car rental professionals should hear.

Photo via Jim G/Flickr

Hurry; early bird rates end March 24. 

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