The issues and long-term challenges of moving people and goods around will be addressed at this year’s Fleet & Mobility Live, at the NEC Birmingham on October 5 and 6.
The free-to-attend event, curated for fleet decision-makers by fleet decision-makers, will identify the most pressing issues facing fleet and mobility professionals to form best practice sessions to tackle them head on, including making the business case for the transition to electric vehicles (EVs).
Issues affecting commercial fleets will also be covered at the event.
The Fleet & Mobility Live Visitor Advisory Board (VAB) is made up of leading professionals in the fleet and mobility industries to ensure relevant and topical content is delivered in the event’s three theatre areas: Operational Excellence, Strategy and Benefits Box. They will also be available to answer any of your burning fleet-related questions at the event.
Benefits Box is new for this year and is especially tailored for HR and finance executives involved in company car provision, through salary sacrifice or PCH and affinity schemes. Also new for this year is a Local Authority Hub, which will put local authority decision-makers face-to-face with their fleet constituents.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND FLEET & MOBILITY LIVE?
Fleet & Transport / Travel & Mobility / Directors & Senior Management / Procurement / Finance / HR
Topics covered at the show will include transport decarbonisation and what it means for fleets, future tax predictions, driver training and risk assessment challenges brought on by Covid-19, getting the most out of telematics, driver and staff recruitment, how salary sacrifice schemes can encourage employees into EVs, alternative fuels, autonomous technology and implementing eMobility strategies, among many others.
All speakers will be experts in their fields, either fleet decision-makers or representatives of specialist industry bodies and organisations. There will be no sales pitches.
Look out for further details of event speakers and topics covered next week.