Move will return to London this year

Transport and sustainability event Move 2023 announces keynote lineup 

Move 2023 returns to London’s Excel conference centre this month, and the organisers have just announced the keynote lineup. 

Taking place from June 21-22 in the east London venue, Move is a major gathering of figures from the mobility, sustainability and technology sectors, for a selection of speeches, events, and exhibitions. 

Move has an impressive list of more than 700 speakers over 17 stages across the two days. 

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The keynote personalities include the likes of Hyundai Smart Mobility VP Marcus Welz, founders of the 20’s Plenty for Us campaign Rod King and Monica Saunders, and CEO of shared mobility provider Dott, Henri Moissinac. 

Full list of keynote speakers: 


  • The software defined vehicle: what is the endgame? Marcus Welz, VP Smart Mobility, Hyundai
  • Panel: How can we make green subsidies operable and politically acceptable? Angela Strand, Chairwoman of the Board, Lordstown Motors, Niclas Poitiers, Research Fellow, Bruegel
  • How Drive Electric is accelerating the EV transition by 20 years, Dr. Mónica Araya, Executive Director, European Climate Foundation
  • Keynote presentation by Benoit Joly, CCO, Wejo




  • The acceleration of payments – an opportunity for frictionless mobility, Jennifer Marriner, Executive Vice-President of Global Acceptance, Mastercard
  • The global state of play in EV battery production, Lars Carlstrom, Founder & CEO, Italvolt & Statevolt
  • Panel: 20’s plenty: the profound societal effect of speed reduction, Rod King, Founder & Campaign Director, 20’s Plenty for Us Campaign, Monica Saunders, Founder & Campaigner, 20’s Plenty for Us Campaign
  • Interview with Start Me Up competition winner


  • Start Me Up! The central role of incubators in driving mobility forward, Heiko Schilling, SVP Software Engineering, Stellantis
  • Panel: The vision for micromobility in the fifteen minute city, moderated by Carlton Reid, Senior Contributor Sustainability, Forbes, Henri Moissinac, CEO, Dott, Hélène Chartier, Director of Urban Planning & Design, C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group
  • The MOVE 2023 Women in Mobility Champion award winner announcement,Olga Anapryenka, Co-Founder, Women in Mobility
  • The time is now: creating the most efficient path to eVTOL commercialisation, Tom Muniz, COO, Archer Aviation
  • Insurance markets: unlock greater profitability by elevating your expectation, Jillian Slyfield, Chief Innovation Officer, Aon

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