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London, 11 May 2017
Experts and visionaries will uncover the trends and upcoming challenges facing van fleets at a new event – Let’s Explore: LCV Fleet 2017 – aimed at helping businesses better prepare for the future.
The event, to be held in Birmingham on July 4, will include industry insights and advice from futurologist Dr James Bellini, automotive financing expert professor Colin Tourick and Freight Transport Association’s Head of Vans Mark Cartwright.
British racing driver and television presenter Vicki Butler-Henderson will also share inspirational stories from her life in motor racing and the media.
‘The LCV sector is set for wide ranging changes over the next five years and beyond, from Brexit implications and new regulations to disruptive technologies and emerging risks,’ said Beverley Wise, Director UK and Ireland at event organizer, TomTom Telematics.
‘Fleet operators need to plan ahead and future-proof their strategies to ensure they remain competitive in this new business landscape.’
Speakers at the event will also include representatives from BP, HDI Gerling, LeasePlan and TomTom Telematics. Topics to explore will range from the future of vehicle financing, leasing and compliance to connected vehicle technology, managing fuel and insurance.
The Technology Village exhibitor area will offer delegates an opportunity to network and discover how technology and data will play an increasingly important role in helping them manage their mobile workforce in the future.
Businesses interested in attending the event at the Vox Conference Centre, Resorts World, should register in advance. Places are limited to 200.