18 mai 21

Reinventing corporate mobility at the first Smart Mobility Conference

On 10 June 2021, Fleet Europe and Frost & Sullivan organise the very first Smart Mobility Conference, an online conference dedicated to the world of new solutions for corporate mobility open to all stakeholders involved in mobility.

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  • How can you set up and implement mobility policies?
  • Is the mobility budget a valid option?
  • What multimodal transportation solutions are available?
  • How can you switch from car as a benefit to mobility as a benefit?
  • How can technology support corporate mobility?

Those are just some of the questions that will be tackled at the Smart Mobility Conference. It will bring together corporates and the providers of new mobility solutions, offering the latter an opportunity to demonstrate the value they can bring to the market.

“The market is changing super fast. In many ways it has been accelerated through the difficulties that we have been facing in the past year,” said Franck Leveque, Partner and VP Automotive & Transportation at Frost & Sullivan.

Indeed, new regulations are setting the scene for reduced carbon emissions and for reduced traffic congestion in our cities. At the same time, demand from employees is changing as well. Not all employees still want to have a corporate car but they would all benefit from a diversified offering of diversified mobility solutions from their employers.

In a series of case studies, expert presentations, best practice sharing, pitches from startups and innovative mobility service providers and through networking, the Smart Mobility Conference will lead you on the path towards smart mobility.

Programme highlights

Unlocking the benefits of corporate mobility

In the opening session, you will get insight into the relevance and advantages of corporate mobility. The needs and expectations of the corporate decision makers will be balanced against the trends defining the mobility supplier offering to understand the gaps and opportunities of the corporate mobility ecosystem.


  • Pim De Weerd, Global Mobility Manager, Philips and International Smart Mobility Manager of the Year
  • Yves Helven and Steven Schoefs, Smart Mobility
  • and a representative of Frost & Sullivan

Making Mobility as a Service a reality

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has been around for several years, and thanks to technology seamless access to a variety of mobility options has been accelerated and different MaaS platforms have emerged. But there is still much to do. In this session we will take a fresh look at how to address MaaS in a corporate environment.

Detecting the common corporate requirements for MaaS


  • David Omodei, Senior Procurement Engagement Manager, Microsoft
  • Laurent De Cock, HR Director Benelux France Mauritius, Accenture

Smart Mobility Innovation Pitches

New and fresh in the corporate mobility arena. Detecting Corporate Mobility innovation through 7 minutes pitch presentations of start-ups and industry leaders presenting their newest mobility solution.

Moderated by Sven Van Rossum, Head of Innovation, Smart Mobility

Corporate Mobility as a Benefit

Mobility is building reputation as part of innovative benefit strategies. The total rewards world has started a journey towards flexible benefits systems, whereby the employees select those benefits that fit their lifestyle and family situation. And mobility is one of the most attractive ones. In this session we will hear how Corporate Mobility supports efficiency, sustainability and employee wellbeing.

Corporate Mobility Solutions fit for you

Technology and mobility are fundamental enablers of smart and on-demand. But how to make this rhyme with a fleet programmes and, even more important, how to add a smart mobility layer? In this session you will learn what mobility service fits your corporate agenda and how technology can unlock corporate mobility.

With a walk-in by Jarno Pajunen, Global Category Manager Fleet & Travel, Nokia and winner of the 2019 Smart Mobility of the Year

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Authored by: Benjamin Uyttebroeck