Fleet & Mobility Live
5-6 October 2021 | NEC Birmingham

Session Themes

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New! Electric Vehicle Sessions

The Government’s recent announcement to bring the ban on new petrol and diesel forward to 2035, or potentially earlier, and include all hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles has elevated electric vehicles up the list of priorities for the industry in 2020.
Changes to benefit-in-kind taxation and the explosion of new products from vehicle manufacturers looking to rapidly cut emissions has kickstarted the decade of electrification.

What's on the agenda?

  • Investigate the challenges, opportunities and barriers to increased adoption
  • Look at infrastructure and energy management
  • How the fleet industry will lead the way on EV and meet the challenge of transport decarbonisation
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New! Mobility Sessions

Symbolic of the name change for this year’s show, these sessions help companies prepare for the business mobility as a service revolution.

The responsibilities of fleet decision-makers are expanding beyond automotive to encompass all areas of mobility as a broader concept. Session will link fleet strategy to Government policy, helping fleets understand how decisions at national and local levels influence the way they move their people, goods and services.

What's on the agenda?

  • How cities and towns are changing with the adoption of their own mobility platforms
  • How more connected and autonomous technology will transform the industry
  • How fleets are thinking beyond automotive
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Operational Excellence Sessions

Experts in their field, speakers are either hands-on fleet managers or representatives of specialist industry bodies and organisations.

Improving efficiency and safety, and implementing effective service level agreements, will all be high up on the agenda.

What will you learn?

  • Top tips and best practice advice that fleet professionals and business owners can take away and put into practice the next day
  • The immediate day-to-day challenges of fleet management for vehicles that are currently on the road
  • Assessing where action needs to be taken in the short-term in response to ongoing business developments.