Join the Smart Mobility Institute on 9 Dec: All you need to know about subscription-based mobility
Corporate mobility is developing at a fast pace. More and more corporate mobility specialists are looking into innovative concepts that leverage the power of technology to give individual employees more flexibility in their mobility choices whilst making mobility consumption more sustainable than ever. Subscription-based mobility for corporates is one such concept.
But what is subscription-based mobility exactly, and how can you make it work for your organisation? Where should you start, and who should get involved?
To answer these and other questions, the Smart Mobility Institute is organising a 3-hour online power training on Thursday 9 December, from 14:00 to 17:00 CET. The programme has been developed to help you and other international mobility leaders, HR and Comp & Ben specialists find out all you need to know about subscription-based solutions for corporates.
Programme highlights include:
Subscription-based mobility best practices from an early adopter Alexandra Melville from corporate mobility frontrunner Accenture will inspire you by sharing the ‘What, Why and How’ of subscription-based mobility, the best practices and lessons learned from implementing this rapidly emerging corporate mobility service.
How to make subscription-based mobility work Gain insights from two of today’s leading corporate mobility providers Free Now for Business and Sixt, on:
- How does subscription-based mobility work in practice?
- Which employee profiles are most suited to a subscription-based solution?
- What is the best way to implement subscription-based mobility services?
- And what are the pros and cons of such a programme?
The 15-minute city concept Developed primarily to reduce carbon emissions by decreasing the use of cars and other motorised vehicles during the commute, the 15-minute city concept is a decentralised urban planning model in which each local neighbourhood contains all the essential social functions for living and working. But what does this mean for your corporate mobility programme, and how can you contribute to making the concept a success for everyone? This session will give you a new perspective on the future of corporate mobility in practice.
Forstering developments in corporate mobility Interactive discussion with leading experts in corporate mobility, including European Smart Mobility Manager of the Year Franz Fehlner from Allianz, who will talk about how we can all help to foster developments in subscription-based mobility.
Click here to discover more details of – and register for – this online power training session.
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Author : Saskia Harreman