In November, the Institute of Car Fleet Management (ICFM) celebrates 20 years since its foundation. Unsurprisingly, the theme of its annual national members’ conference will be 20 years of the ICFM. However, the main focus will be on the future with a morning session devoted to ‘Key Trends in Urban Mobility’. The afternoon’s guest speaker will be Murray Walker OBE, who will also present the training awards. The ICFM annual national members’ conference takes place on Tuesday November 13 at the T-Building, MINI Plant, Cowley Road, Oxford, kindly hosted by BMW Group UK and co-sponsored by FMG.
Chairman of the ICFM, Roddy Graham declared: “Founded in 1992, this November we celebrate 20 years of the ICFM. This year’s conference will take a look at the ‘past’, the ‘present’ and to the ‘future’, showcasing heritage, the present day and debating what might happen over the next 20 years.
“Central to the conference will be an in-depth, ‘in-dialogue’ look at ‘Key Trends in Urban Mobility’. This session will engage and enlighten the audience on the subject of urban mobility. It will consider how the future of urban mobility will be affected by technology, government, planning, sustainability and by energy. Panellists will debate what lessons can be drawn from the past 20 years and how the next 20 years might look.”