See what your peers have to say about MOVE…





As always, MOVE is the premier platform for bringing together exciting and innovative thinkers from across the spectrum of mobility. MOVE Webinars is a great platform to engage with that audience. For us, for sharing content with the mobility industry, MOVE is the obvious choice .” 

Adam Simkin, VP of Business Development,  Autofleet




“MOVE 2020 built on the success of the 2019 event… ‘Good for networking’ is somewhat of a cliche but MOVE really is good for networking.”

Carlton Reid, Transport Industries, Forbes




“We've been a regular participant at MOVE London for over three years now. It's certainly a premium platform that brings together industry leaders and innovators in the shared mobility space. For us, the content and networking opportunities have been great, and we look forward to attending the conference every year.

Aarjav Trivedi, CEO and founder Ridecell



“Attendees know they were at a great conference when their ears are ringing, their voices are hoarse and they’ve made lasting connections. MOVE 2020 achieved all of these results in spades!”

Angelo Rao, Manager of Traffic Operations and Parking , City of Lakeland



“Speaking at MOVE is the opportunity to influence the direction of urban mobility globally”

Matheu Parr, Project Manager – ACCEl, Rolls Royce



“Why MOVE? Because its simply the biggest most important event in Europe. This is where we meet our partners and senior officials, its where everything happens!”

Director, Marketing & Communications, Vulog



“I’m blown away by MOVE. I love the set up and the audience is super relevant”

Eckart Diepenhorst, CEO, FREENOW



“Speaking at MOVE2020 gave us a great chance to present Applus IDIADA's latest CAV work, and immediately led to follow-up discussions”

Charlie Wartnaby, Chief Engineer, IDIADA Applus



“It was great to present at MOVE 2020. The diversity of participants from start-ups to global giants brings an eclectic mix of discussion and debate. It was a please to present and participate.”

Graeme Cooper, Director of Electric Vehicles, National Grid