The Commercial Micromobility Conference is a dedicated event bringing together micromobility stakeholders across the value chain in one particular region. This edition focused on the Middle-East as an acctractive market for new mobility service providers, especially due to the growing, highly-connected population, public investments and enabling regulatory framework.
Policy makers, mobility experts and urban and transport planners took part to discuss ongoing and upcoming projects and initiatives by governments, local authorities, private and public organizations to introduce micromobility services.
ENIDE leads the HARMONY communication, dissemination, exploitation and innovation management activities. ENIDE also plays a major role in engaging mobility stakeholders and understanding their needs. Vicent Pastor led the panel discussion on empowering the private sector to create profitable business models to best meet city specific mobility needs. After that, his presentation focused on the public-private partnership in HARMONY.