5 Vehicle Shows Fleet Managers (and Suppliers) Should Have In Their Diaries for 2022.
Get Ahead in 2022 – The Vehicle Shows You Need To Check Out.
The world of fleet vehicles and management is always evolving.
With the current push for electrification and introduction of more intuitive management tools, training options, staff wellbeing and everything else to keep an eye out for, keeping upto date with what’s around the corner can be difficult in the day-to-day running of your business.
That is why attending some of the many exhibitions and shows gives you the time to help you get ahead of the curve.
Here we take a look at 5 trade shows coming up this year that are well worth checking out.
1. Commercial Vehicle Show – 24th – 26th May – NEC Birmingham
One of the more popular trade shows, the Commercial Vehicle Show (CV Show) gives access to 100s of exhibitors from across the commercial vehicle world to decision makers.
Electrification will be huge on the agenda, but the show offers much more.
From training opportunities to legislation and dealing with issues from trading in Europe, the show has something for everyone.
With the opportunity for visitors to ;
- Meet existing suppliers
- Connect with new suppliers
- Source innovation and ideas
- Upskill from new training
The show is free to attend for visitors. For more information, you can visit their website by clicking the button below.
2. Vehicle Electrification Expo – 29th – 30th June – NEC Birmingham
Bringing together the entire supply chain for the hybrid and electric vehicle market, this show is aimed at those within the automotive industry.
Attracting around 300 exhibitors and thousands of visitors, the show gives a valuable insight into the developments in the EV marketplace.
This is a free conference to attend. Find out more about the show by clicking the button below.
3. The British Motor Show – 19th – 22nd August – Farnborough
This iconic motor show is more than just a trade show. It celebrates all things motor as the 4 day event looks at the past, present and future of motoring in the UK.
An occasion for all the family, this is a more informal show, but whilst there is something for all the family, it still has plenty that will be of value for you in your day-to-day role.
There is a huge section looking at the future tech of vehicles and technology in the pipeline.
This show is an excellent option if you want something a bit more engaging and less formal.
Tickets for the show start from £18.50 single day ticket for an adult or a family ticket of £37 gets 2 adults and 2 kids in. Kids under 3 go for free. For more details visit the website by clicking the button below.
4. Fleet Live – 11th – 12th October – NEC Birmingham
The Fleet & Mobility Live show at the NEC in Birmingham is in a similar vein to the CV Show.
Run by Fleet News, the show brings together main players from the world of fleet. From car manufacturers to every part of the supply chain you can think of (and then some you probably haven’t thought of yet!).
We attended the show last year (and will be there this year too) and met some excellent contacts who have been helpful to our continued growth.
The show is free to attend and well worth a visit. To register your interest please click the button below.
5. London EV Show – 29th November – 1st December – ExCel London
As the name would suggest, the London EV Show is for all-things EV.
Using a combination of live, in-person and virtual exhibitions and presentations, the London EV Show aims to “seamless networking & business matchmaking platform to EV enthusiasts”.
With the event bringing together all the key players across the entire EV supply chain, if you are looking to electrification of your fleet in the next 18 months or within the EV sector, this event could be the one place you head this year.
To find out more about the show and registering your interest in buying a delegate pass, visit the London EV website by clicking the button below.
Here’s to an exciting 2022!
We will be attending some, if not all of these events so please be to sure to stop and say hello if you see us. If you are attending any other events you think are worthy of a mention, feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of this article.