For some years now, the international Fleet and Mobility industry has been going through major changes – in terms of supplier organization, service offer and business model.
Car manufacturers, lease and fleet management companies and other suppliers are refocusing their strategies on flexible mobility solutions. And Start-ups with disruptive solutions are accelerating the industry’s transformation. For the Fleet and Mobility industry, the future is not tomorrow, but today.
If the future is today, what will tomorrow look like?
An industry in flux creates uncertainty as well as opportunities. At the 2017 Fleet Europe Forum, on 6 December in Estoril (Portugal), a panoply of expert speakers and debaters will focus on both, aiming to minimize the former and maximize the latter into three engaging sessions:
Fleet Europe celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. The industry has changed almost beyond recognition in those two decades. Famous inductees into the International Fleet Hall of Fame reflect on the industry’s rapid transformation, both past and future.
When it comes to future mobility, everyone wants a piece of the pie. How will car manufacturers stay relevant and avoid becoming mere commodity suppliers? Top executives from across the automotive industry will zoom in on changing business models, B2B2E customer relations and the impact of connectivity and autonomy on the future of the industry.
As the sharing philosophy takes hold in the automotive world, and with a digitised future increasingly governed by the pay-by-use principle, what are the business models that will help companies not only make money but maximise profit? This session will think out of the box, inviting the views of the outsiders who are challenging traditional fleet players to reinvent themselves.
Once again, this year edition will be forward-looking, but firmly fact-based, with contributions from experts from inside and outside the industry. Want to discover what they have to say on the future of your profession ? Register now.