Copenhagen selected as host city for International Mobility Summit 2021

Electronomous has selected Copenhagen as the host city for the International Mobility Summit 2021 and 2022.

Marking its fifth year, the summit will take place from 20th-24th September 2021 and will feature a hybrid format consisting of five virtual days and a one-day physical event.

The conference will cover automation, clean and sustainable transport, the European Year of rail 2021, micromobility, electromobility, urban logistics, mobility as a service (MaaS), smart cities, connectivity and data sharing.

The event will include a mix of keynote speakers, panel discussions, fireside chats and closed-door discussions in Copenhagen. There will also be a number of bilateral meetings, match-making events and workshops.

Electronomous is working closely with Copenhagen Legacy Lab – an initiative launched by Wonderful Copenhagen’s convention bureau that seeks to integrate the international congresses held in Copenhagen with the local public, business and science communities by facilitating a systematic and proactive exploration and development of untapped potential impact activities.

Lars Weiss, Lord Mayor of Copenhagen also said: “As the capital city of one of the world’s leading countries within the field of mobility and sustainability, Copenhagen is an ideal location for this event. We are sure that all delegates, whether attending virtually or physically, will have an unforgettable summit experience and take home many memories from our vibrant metropolis.”

Mikkel Aarø-Hansen, CEO of Wonderful Copenhagen, added: “On behalf of Wonderful Copenhagen, the official tourism and convention organisation of the capital region of Denmark, we are especially proud to welcome Electronomous – The International Mobility Summit to our great city in both 2021 and 2022.

“Electronomous and Copenhagen are a perfect match as our destination is not only one of the most popular convention cities in the world and offers substantial expertise and experience in hosting high profile events, but is also a frontrunner within staging sustainable events and creating legacy programmes.”

Keith Whelan, event director of Electronomous, said: “It is our mission to bring policymakers, thought leaders and industries together to help to create more liveable cities, future mobility and sustainable transport. Choosing Copenhagen as the home for our event was a strategic decision by our team as the buzzing capital is not only a beautiful city but with their CPH 2025 Climate Plan, they plan to be the first capital city in the world to be carbon neutral by 2025, so naturally, it was a perfect fit.”

Safety protocols for the event are aligned with the Danish Health Authorities standards to ensure the health and wellbeing of attendees during the event in Copenhagen. The physical portion of the event will be limited to just 500 delegates, and those wishing to attend “Join the Waitlist” to secure their spot on soon.

The application for speakers is open for the virtual and physical event. Companies interested in partnering or exhibiting can visit for more information.

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