On 10th December 2020, within a virtual arena, members of automotive aftermarket companies and international experts will discuss key topics such as mobility, new technologies, eco–sustainability of the sector and post-pandemic scenarios.
Futurmotive Event Agenda Out Now
Technological innovation and mobility, a new supply chain model and a circular economy; these are some of the topics listed in the Futurmotive – Digital Expo and Conference program. The event, organized by Autopromotec, will be held on December 10, 2020, and will take place within a virtual arena where members of automotive aftermarket companies and international sector experts will share ideas, projects and visions of what some call the “new 20s” of the automotive industry.
The agenda, now available on the Futurmotive web portal, is planned in a chronological sequence, and features themed meetings followed by in-depth workshops. Automotive experts and operators will be hosted within a “TV” studio to discuss key topics such as mobility, new technologies, eco-sustainability of the sector and post-pandemic scenarios.
The event, however, will not be limited to discussions, as the digital platform will also host virtual booths where sponsoring companies will be able to do business with connected visitors. Within each booth, visitors will have the opportunity to access the material made available by the exhibitor and to meet sales representatives via video chatting and conferencing.
“Futurmotive – Digital Expo and Conference aims to promote business transactions and interactions among different sectors in order to spread skills, strengthen commercial relationships and create new business opportunities – says Renzo Servadei, Autopromotec CEO-. Therefore, in addition to manufacturers of components, automotive equipment, and tires we also included software development companies, technological innovation experts, university teachers as well as economic and financial analysts. This event must serve as a forge for the creation of a new toolbox for tomorrow’s automotive industry.”