Fleet decision-makers can now register for their free ticket to the 2020 Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live, being held from November 17-19.
The exciting online event will feature the fleet sector’s leading experts providing advice, guidance and best practice on the topics of greatest importance to fleet decision-makers, while award-winning fleets explain how they are running the UK’s safest, more efficient and most effective operations.
Fleet News editor-in-chief Stephen Briers said: “This is a must-attend event. It is packed with top quality content across three days and lots of thrilling features that are only possible because of the virtual format. We promise that this will be a fantastic show that every fleet decision-maker will benefit from attending.”
Video introduction to Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live
Among the exclusive features at the virtual event will be a special 'EV & Hybrid Showroom' which will bring to life the latest electric models from the UK’s leading vehicle manufacturers, plus interviews with fleet directors and managing directors on industry issues and trends that will provide fleets with the insight and knowledge they need when formulating their 2021 strategies.
Interactive displays will enable you to get up close to the UK’s best fleet suppliers, while visitors and exhibitors will be able to communicate through live chat, participate in live Q&As, ‘visit’ branded booths, and find out about industry-leading technology solutions.
The virtual platform is stunning, putting you right at the heart of the event and is also very easy to use as the Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live visitor advisory board found out recently during a demonstration.
Chris Connors, fleet manager at Countryside Properties, summed up the views of the board.
“I wasn’t sure how you could replicate a floor exhibition in a virtual world,” he said.
“However, the team has done a fantastic job to create a format that will achieve this. I am very excited to participate in the industry leading event remotely. Hopefully, this also means that many more can attend.”