Global Mobility Call, the international exhibition focused on smart and new mobility, has opened registration to participate in its second edition, which will take place on 24-26 October at IFEMA MADRID (the event was postponed due to the latest political updates in Spain).

Over 10,000 professionals are expected to participate in person and they can choose from two pass types: Expo Pass Experience and Congress Pass Experience, both valid for the three days of the event, with numerous benefits and discounts of up to 50% for registrations made before 25 September. Here’s the link to sign up.

Global Mobility Call: over 100 corporate exhibitors

The exhibition will showcase over 100 corporate exhibitors and startups with30 of them being event partners. Those include ADIF, ARRIVA, BP, CEPSA, CRTM, EDP, EMT Madrid, ETRA, IBERDROLA, IBERIA, INDRA, METRO, MOBILITY ADO, PWC, RENFE, SISTEM, TOTAL ENERGIES, UBER and ULITY, among others. At GMC Expo participants will get to know the latest innovations and new business models, expand their network of contacts and build partnerships around new mobility projects and solutions. The complete list of exhibitors is available here.

Finally, GMC 2023 will host three major events from the official mobility agenda of the Spanish presidency of the Council of the European Union, organised by the Spanish Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda and that will count with the participation from EU commissioners. These official events are the Technical Conference on Mobility in Rural Areas, The PEP Partnership on Active Mobility meeting, and an important day on the European Corridors in Spain 360: Atlantic Corridor and Mediterranean Corridor, for which investments exceeding 53,806 million euros are planned.

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