Great British Fleet Event to host panel discussion on future for shared mobility

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22nd March 2022

Forming part of the Masterclass Conferences at the show – taking place on 29 March 2022 at Novotel London West – it’s shaping up to be a lively and insightful discussion.

Speakers already confirmed for the mobility panel include Thomas Smith, UK country manager for Targa Telematics – an expert in innovative smart mobility services and vehicle sharing.

Meanwhile, Simon Turner, campaign manager at the National Highways-backed Driving for Better Business campaign, will cover the issues of shared and sustainable mobility and risk management, and how the pandemic has changed thinking.

EV charging specialist Voltempo will also take part in the talk and help shed light on the implications and considerations for shared mobility for fleets.

As with the event’s sister panel debate on EVs and sustainability, it’s the perfect opportunity for fleet and mobility managers attending the show to have their queries and questions answered by the industry specialists.

Alongside the two panel debates, the Masterclass Conference sessions will include wide-ranging and informative talks from fleet experts on areas from risk management and salary sacrifice, through to a talk by Natasha Robinson, joint head of OZEV, on decarbonising the fleet.

The Great British Fleet Event also includes a packed line-up of exhibitions and the afternoon’s reveal of the Great British Fleet Awards winners – all providing the perfect opportunity to see and hear the latest fleet industry developments and catch up with industry associates. A particular benefit after two years of Covid lockdowns and working from home rules.

For more details about the Great British Fleet Event on 29 March 2022, click here. Registrations are also open online and you can find the full conference list online too.

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