Move 2022 will return to London this year

Next 100 speakers announced for Move 2022 mobility event

The next 100 speakers have been confirmed for the Move 2022 mobility event, taking place in London in June. 

Now in its fourth edition, Move is a cross-sector mobility trade event that brings together leaders from the automotive industry, transport operators, tech companies, energy providers and micromobility firms. 

Taking place on June 15-16 at London’s Excel venue Move 2022, with which MicromobilityBiz is official trade media partner, promises to being the whole mobility world together under one roof. 

Following the announcement of the first 100 speakers earlier this month, the organisers of Move have announced the next 100 speakers.

Some of the highlight speakers from the new announcement are: 

  • Lee Ma, head of Volvo Car Tech Fund and deputy CFO, Volvo Cars
  • Ginny Buckley, founder & CEO, Electrifying.com and presenter, ITV, BBC & Sky
  • Sandra Roling, Head of EV100, The Climate Group
  • John Thornhill, innovation editor and founder Sifted, Financial Times
  • Alan Clarke, senior director public policy northern and eastern Europe, Lime

You can see the full list of speakers here. 

The show will include 788 speakers in total, with 5,000 anticipated attendees, 350-plus exhibitors, 250 start-ups, 33 conference stages, interactive roundtables, and peer-to-peer networking opportunities. 

Move is attended by a range of staff from brands across the urban mobility sector, including Network Rail, Google, Microsoft, and automotive manufacturers.

The MicromobilityBiz Team will also be attending the event, bringing you all the latest news from the show. 

For attendees, entry is free to anyone from an original equipment manufacturer, transport operators, fleet managers and those in the public sector. Tickets cost £495 if booked before March 11th, or £995 after. 

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There are also limited spaces for start-up booths, for new companies to get in front of the right people in the mobility sector. Move has 300 places, but spaces are filling up quickly.

Find our more about Move 2022 online. 

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