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22 November 2021

Major institutions and companies join the Organising Committee for Global Mobility Call

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Global Mobility Call will bring together the leading international players in mobility from 14 to 16 June 2022 at the IFEMA MADRID Exhibition Centre.

The project is organised by IFEMA MADRID and Smobhub and its organising committee includes representatives from major public organisations and international companies involved in promoting mobility and sustainability.

Global Mobility Call, the ambitious project devised by IFEMA MADRID and Smobhub to help Madrid lead the global drive toward sustainable mobility, has constituted its Organising Committee during an event held at the exhibition centre, in which participants also explored the key areas underpinning this international benchmark event.

The GMC Organising Committee is chaired by the Secretary of State for Transport, Isabel Pardo de Vera, and involves the participation of the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism, the Ministry for Ecological Transition and Democratic Challenge, the Community of Madrid and Madrid City Council. Also represented on the committee are the companies and institutions CEOE, the Transport Consortium of Madrid, EMT, Iberdrola, Iberia, Mapfre, the Madrid Metro, Renault Group, Renfe, Santander Consumer Finance and Uber, as well as the associations AER, CONFEBUS, ANFAC, CSCAE, UNO Logística, CETM, SERNAUTO, AEDIVE and ANESDOR.

This strong representation from the business world and institutions will help boost the visibility of this major conference for international sustainable mobility. Global Mobility Call 2022 will have a hybrid format, with both in-person and digital participation, combining an exhibition area, a conference area for presentations and round tables, and a digital platform. It will also involve the participation of various international leaders.

GMC will serve to strengthen the positioning of sustainable mobility as the cornerstone for the process of social and economic change. It is backed by the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan developed by the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, which will play a leading role in Global Mobility Call. It promises to be an unmissable event for international players involved in the development of safe, inclusive and sustainable mobility, supported by the NextGenerationEU recovery plan, which will bring investments of 750,000 million euros over the next five years.