Some of the fleet industry’s most popular car makers are supporting Fleet & Mobility Live this year in its free-to-attend virtual format.
BMW, Mini, Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Jeep, Ford, Renault, Toyota, Lexus and Volvo have already confirmed their participation, with more expected in the coming weeks.
Taking place online between November 17 and 19, the Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live aims to deliver advice, guidance and best practice on the topics of greatest importance to fleet decision-makers.
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.
Event director Chris Lester, said: “We are adapting to changing circumstances within the event landscape and creating new opportunities like the Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live.
“It is quite an exciting challenge, but I am particularly excited about the EV & Hybrid Hall where fleet decision makers will be able to engage and chat with several leading manufacturers, all with great alternative fuel options.
“This is an excellent opportunity for fleets who are still contemplating EV adoption to attend the virtual event and talk to the experts for advice and insight on the latest models available today and tomorrow.”
The event will feature 24 seminar sessions offering visitors insight, advice and guidance to improve their strategic planning and their day-to-day operations.
Each day will include two sessions focusing on electric vehicles, two on mobility and four on operational excellence, with topics ranging from safety and cost efficiency to fleet procurement.
Across two main exhibition halls, 24 supplier partners will showcase their latest products and services for fleet decision-makers on enhanced interactive stands with video, live chat and demonstrations of new technology.
Each hall will also feature eight stand-only standard exhibition partners offering additional networking opportunities for delegates.