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Public affairs specialist Marc Woolfson shares some insights following the recent political Party Conference season
Jonathan Hampson, former UK General Manager at Zipcar, reflects on over a decade in the car sharing business.
Gary Smith, Managing Director at Europcar Mobility Group UK looks at the move from private car ownership to a range of more sustainable solutions and the joined up approach needed to convince consumers.
Clive Buhagiar, Head of Operational Services at Alphabet (GB) Limited looks at the growing trend for switching from a traditional car scheme to a cash allowance and asks if maintenance costs have been fully considered.
Peter Harris, Director of Sustainability, Europe at UPS investigates the ‘last mile’ and asks how we can make urban logistics sustainable in the modern world.
Wendy Williamson, chief executive of the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) looks at the challenge of allowing fair competition in a technological era and the motorist’s right to have the choice of where they take their vehicle to have it repaired or serviced.
Amie Darby, Head of Administration at LeaseCar UK talks about how she found BVRLA’s Internal Audit a valuable source of information and advice, reaffirming the firm’s compliance processes.
Martin Brown, managing director of the Fleet Alliance Group and newly appointed BVRLA board member from the Leasing Broker Committee, explains the importance of leasing in driving the move to greener road transport.
Following on from his recent presentation at the BVRLA’s inaugural Leasing Broker Conference, James Davis, Customer Insight and Strategy Director for Commercial Vehicles at Cox Automotive poses the £100 billion question about EV vans
Elaine Byrne, Rental Training Manager at Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental explains why the sector should adopt an ‘All for one, and one for all’ approach to mitigating the risk of vehicle terrorism.
Joseph Cosier, Policy Executive at Energy UK, the trade association for the British energy industry, shares his views on why tax reform is needed to encourage drivers to transition from internal combustion engine to low carbon vehicles.