THE editor of Broker News, Ralph Morton, will be moderating a discussion panel at MOVE 2022 in his role as editor of

Described as the world’s most important mobility event, MOVE 2022 takes place at London’s ExCeL from 15-16 June. The event offers a prestigious line-up of speakers and an exhibition packed with companies and organisations at the very heart of building and delivering the future of urban mobility.

Ralph will be chairing a discussion in the fleet management action on new subscription models. Taking part in the discussion are Thomas McLennan, head of policy and public affairs at the BVRLA, along with Biswajit Kundu Roy, CEO of Coastr, a technology company in the mobility and travel space, specialising in car and van rental management.

I’m really looking forward to discussing the emergence of subscription and flexilease models with my industry colleagues. It’s a central element of how leasing will develop in the future.

Ralph Morton, editor,

If you want to visit MOVE 2022 and hear the panel talk, the panel discussion takes place on the first day at 1520.

The speaker line-up includes senior VPs and C-level representation from companies such as Aurora, Toyota, FREE NOW, NIO, Lyft, City of Zurich, Superpedestrian,, Ford Motor Company, EnergyX, Nikola, Arriva, Volvo Group, WalkSafe, Go-Ahead Group, Wejo, Department for Transport, Dott, Afreecar, Financial Times, BBC, WWF and Hyundai among many others. 

Our industry is changing at an explosive rate – now is the time to be a part of that change. We look forward to welcoming back our industry colleagues and friends as we look once more to the future and all the promise and excitement that new technologies and solutions will bring.

Cormac Martin, project director, MOVE

The packed conference schedule will cover topics including the latest tech designed to reduce emissions and congestion, cutting-edge transport technology, the future of the personal vehicle, sustainable living, the future of the cityscape, ride-sharing and multimodality, the new regulatory landscape, and much more.

Further Information on MOVE 2022

To understand more about the conference, including the full agenda, visit:

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