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Frost & Sullivan Web Conference: Growing Traditional and P2P Carsharing Services Key to Future of Urban Mobility in Europe

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Frost & Sullivan Web Conference: Growing Traditional and P2P Carsharing Services Key to Future of Urban Mobility in Europe PR Newswire LONDON, July 5, 2012 - More than 200 Traditional and 24 P2P CSOs to Boost Carsharing Growth in E u r o p e by 2015 LONDON, July 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Carsharing is a new mobility concept (and in the UK also referred to as 'car clubs') promising tremendous success and offering new and innovative business opportunities for car manufacturers as well as transport operators. There were more than 0.7 million members in Europe alone who adopted carsharing as a sustainable transport solution for daily travelling at the end of 2011. Car OEMs as well as transport operators have started to get active in this market, increasing competition for already existing market players. To understand, why not only Western Europe but also Central and Eastern Europe is keen to adopt carsharing, Frost & Sullivan will hold a complimentary web conference, entitled Growing Traditional and P2P Carsharing Services Key to Future of Urban Mobility in E u r o p e, taking place on Wednesday, 25 July 2012, at 3 p.m. BST. Industry Analyst Vishwas Shankar, will provide a strategic overview and analysis of the current and future of traditional as well as P2P carsharing services in Europe.
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Frost & Sullivan Web Conference: Growing
Traditional and P2P Carsharing Services Key
to Future of Urban Mobility in Europe
PR Newswire
LONDON, July 5, 2012
- More than 200 Traditional and 24 P2P CSOs to Boost Carsharing
Growth in
Europe
by 2015
LONDON
,
July 5, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Carsharing is a new mobility concept
(and in the UK also referred to as 'car clubs') promising tremendous success
and offering new and innovative business opportunities for car manufacturers
as well as transport operators. There were more than 0.7 million members in
Europe
alone who adopted carsharing as a sustainable transport solution for
daily travelling at the end of 2011. Car OEMs as well as transport operators
have started to get active in this market, increasing competition for already
existing market players.
To understand, why not only
Western Europe
but also Central and
Eastern
Europe
is keen to adopt carsharing, Frost & Sullivan will hold a complimentary
web conference, entitled
Growing Traditional and P2P Carsharing
Services Key to Future of Urban Mobility in
Europe
, taking place on
Wednesday,
25 July 2012
, at
3 p.m. BST
. Industry Analyst Vishwas Shankar, will
provide a strategic overview and analysis of the current and future of
traditional as well as P2P carsharing services in
Europe
. He will present details
on key markets, participants, market size, growth potential, drivers and
restraints and inform about operator announcements regarding their upcoming
carsharing programmes in the region.
To participate in this complimentary web conference, please email Katja Feick
at katja.feick@frost.com with your full contact details. Upon receipt of the
above information, a registration link will be e-mailed to you. You may also
register to receive a recorded version of the briefing at anytime by submitting
the aforementioned contact details.
This web conference provides an opportunity to interact via a dedicated
question and answer session to get insights into specific issues regarding the
European carsharing market. Participating in this web conference will benefit
carsharing operators, automotive OEMs and transport operators by
comprehending the competitive landscape while eyeing market expansion. New
market participants will understand growth potentials while preparing their
market entry. City planners will receive a better overview of the market for
their activities to integrate carsharing schemes into their respective city
transport solutions.
Conglomerate group companies like parking space management operators,
electric vehicle recharge infrastructure providers and alike are invited to attend
this web conference to understand how they can benefit from integrating
carsharing services into their offerings.
"Traditional carsharing in
Europe
is expected to grow at a healthy 40 per cent
CAGR from now to nearly 15 million members by 2020," says Mr. Shankar.
"While more than 200 traditional carsharing operators are key to the expansion