Global Mobility Call, a global congress to address the future of sustainable mobility, will be held in Madrid from 14-16 June 2022.
The event aims to establish Spain as a hub for sustainable mobility, contributing towards Europe’s goal of becoming the first carbon neutral continent by 2050. More than 250 prestigious speakers will take part in the event, which will bring together an ecosystem of relevant industry sectors to offer a comprehensive insight into how the future of sustainable mobility can be redefined.
A pre-event press conference took place on 26 May 2022 with participation from Raquel Sánchez Jiménez, Minister of Transport, Mobility & Urban Agenda of the Government of Spain; José Vicente de los Mozos, Chairman of the Executive Committee of IFEMA MADRID; David Moneo, Director of Global Mobility Call; and Juan José Lillo, Co-Founder of Smobhub.
“This congress is going to have a strong impact on the industry, generating wealth and employment, as forecasts indicate for this sector, which in our country alone is expected to attract an investment of 54,000 million euros and job creation that could exceed 1 million people.”
Global Mobility Call is organised by IFEMA MADRID and Smobhub, and is promoted by the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda with collaboration from the Ministries of Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge; Industry, Commerce and Tourism; the Autonomous Community of Madrid; and the Madrid City Council.
The congress will discuss topics such as the value of technology and data; the transformation of the automotive industry; new energies for decarbonised mobility; the multimodality of maritime and land air transport; the economic impact of new mobility; smart infrastructures; and public-private collaboration. The event will also address rural and accessible mobility and the role of start-ups and young people in future transport.
Global Mobility Call is the largest initiative launched around sustainable mobility in which leading companies and national and international experts will explore how mobility can be transformed to enable a more sustainable and connected future.
This article was originally published by IFEMA Madrid.
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