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This was the second week of the 2020 Global Fleet Virtual Conference

Preparing for the New Normal, that's the theme of this year's Global Fleet Conference — the first to be held in the virtual field. The second week has come to a close, and it was packed with inspirational and enlightening webinars, panel discussions and podcasts. The Global Fleet Virtual Conference takes place from 2 June until 1 July.

You can join us for the following three weeks of this conference on the event website or via the event app, Attendify.

The event app isn't merely the place to follow the conference agenda, it is also a tool to interact with speakers and other attendees. So join the conversation, join the app.

Here's a short overview of what you missed this week.

How to make your global fleet strengths work for you in North America

10 minute podcast with David Madrigal from Element Fleet Managemen. Today more than ever, corporates need to take a global perspective to leverage their strengths in North America. Learn what this means in this 10-minute video podcast with David Madrigal, EVP & CCO at Element Fleet Management.

Digital integration of Fleet & Mobility: 3 inspirational case studies

In this deepdive webinar, sponsored by CMaaS, we take you behind the scenes of three projects where innovative technology is used to solve different Fleet and Mobility strategies: ranging from savings and optimisation to business efficiency and HR-driven benefits. Get first-hand insights from experts William Ireson (Global Director Mobility Services, CMaaS) and Shane Curran (Director, Connector APAC), who share their analysis on three different types of clients.

Connectivity as key enabler in the New Normal

Connectivity can only become more valuable as we enter the New Normal in the post-COVID-19 world. That’s what the CEOs of Octo (Nicola Veratelli), Geotab (Neil Cawse) and Lytx (Brandon Nixon) debate in a panel debate supported by Octo.

Here’s how tomorrow’s economy and society will impact you

Every global crisis hits world economies. The outbreak of COVID-19 is no exception to the rule and it will bring changes and new challenges to the economy and to mobility. In a 10-minute video podcast, François Gemenne, Director of the Hugo Observatory, University of Liège, shares his analysis of this crisis.

The Global Fleet Virtual Conference 2020 is made possible thanks to our sponsors:

Authored by: Benjamin Uyttebroeck