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For some years now, the international Fleet and Mobility industry has been going through major changes – in terms of supplier organization, service offer and business model. Car manufacturers, lease and fleet management companies and other suppliers are refocusing their strategies on flexible mobility solutions. And Start-ups with disruptive solutions are accelerating the industry’s...
The 2017 edition of the Fleet Europe Summit will take place in the city of Estoril (Portugal) on 5 and 6 December.
We are happy to announce that the 2017 Fleet Europe Event will take place on 5 and 6 December in the lovely city of Estoril (Portugal). The 2017 edition of the biggest fleet conference in Europe promises to be unforgettable, as 2017 is a special year for Fleet Europe, as we are celebrating our 20th anniversary and we hope to do so together with you.  
This year again the Fleet Europe events were rich of high-level content, best practices and expertise sharing.
Sixt Leasing, LeasePlan International, ARI, Volkswagen Financial Services and TecAlliance each shared their views on the road to tomorrow during a 20 minute presentation followed by a Q&A session.
Watch the first impressions of the winners of the Fleet Europe Awards 2016, organised on 16 November in Barcelona.
'Disruption' is one of those flavour-of-the-month words currently used to spice up speeches and presentations. But the automotive industry would be wrong to think we can sit this one out, waiting for the next à la mode term to replace it. 
It's the year 2020. Fleet and Leasing has changed from a car-centric to a user-centric industry. But how will the industry's suppliers have adapted to this new environment? That was the setup for the last session of the Fleet Europe Forum, Wednesday in Barcelona – a panel discussion with the top executives of seven leading lease and fleet management companies.
The duties of the fleet manager are becoming more aligned with the responsibilities of a global mobility architect. Steered by innovation, technology, connectivity and sustainability and mobility, the traditional role of the fleet manager is undergoing rapid evolution into a position encapsulated by the term ‘global mobility architect’.
During the 2016 Fleet Europe Forum, SEAT CEO Luca de Meo shed a light on how carmakers will have to adapt to the disruptive change the car industry will undergo between now and 2020. For him it is clear: hardware (OEMs) and software will have to reach out to each other in the race to the electric, self-driving, connected and shared car.