Keynote for United Rentals’ Total Control & Innovation Conference Now Includes Famed Media Creator and Technologist Mick Ebeling

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Keynote Sessions Feature Mick Ebeling, Founder & CEO of Not Impossible Labs, and Paul McDonnell, United Rentals Chief Commercial Officer

United Rentals Inc. recently announced Mick Ebeling, Founder and CEO of Not Impossible Labs and famous media and creative technologist, and Paul McDonnell, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer, United Rentals, as keynote speakers at the 2019 Total Control & Innovation Conference, a premier customer event for executives and professionals in the construction and industrial sectors, which will be held November 11-13 in San Antonio, Texas.

Not Impossible Labs is a one-of-a-kind, award winning technology incubator and content studio dedicated to changing the world through technology and story. In his keynote, Ebeling will the address “The Fallacy of Impossible,” discussing how adapting to change and solving big problems requires a fresh approach to decision making. He plans to share his experiences how “impossible” tasks can be accomplished with practical, real-world solutions and insights on how the audience can adopt this approach to their real-world challenges on construction and industrial worksites. Not Impossible Labs is leading two conference breakout workshops that are designed to help attendees address business decision making in innovative ways.

“Innovation can come from anyone, anywhere, anytime,” said Mick Ebeling, Founder & CEO, Not Impossible Labs. “I look forward to sharing the experiences of Not Impossible Labs in solving seemingly impossible challenges and reminding attendees they have great potential to do remarkable things. I’m especially excited to partner with United Rentals, a team dedicated to getting it done for customers every day on worksites across North America.”

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McDonnell will address how construction and industrial landscapes are changing with projects getting larger, companies facing labor shortages, worksites getting increasingly complex and a growing gap between productivity and opportunity. He will discuss the United Rentals perspective on how tackling these challenges takes fresh thinking and innovative approaches, and, in particular, how companies can leverage digital solutions to improve operational and financial performance on the worksite.

McDonnell leads the United Rentals sales organization and specialty rental segment. Known as a passionate advocate for customer service and one of the industry’s most experienced executives, McDonnell has led the United Rentals sales team in becoming more collaborative in cross-selling specialty solutions, with those businesses now functioning as growth engines for the company. His leadership has also enabled United Rentals to become a more complete partner to construction and industrial customers.

“Construction and industrial worksites are growing more complex and require new innovative ways to improve productivity, safety and performance,” said Chris Hummel, Chief Marketing Officer, United Rentals. “Mick Ebeling brings an energy and inventiveness to overcoming incredible challenges that will inspire conference attendees to create novel approaches that help their companies to work better, so they can do better work. Paul McDonnell will share our company vision in how new ways of applying intelligent equipment, data, safety and expertise can drive performance on the worksite.”

About Total Control & Innovation Conference

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The 2019 Total Control & Innovation Conference is a premier customer event for executives and professionals in the construction and industrial sectors that brings together the latest innovation and leading-edge technology to help customers drive performance on their worksites. It takes place at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa in San Antonio. Conference registration can be accessed here: 2019 Total Control & Innovation Conference.

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