Congresses kick off again

During the last year and a half, with borders closed and mobility severely limited, companies had no choice but to reinvent themselves to continue day-to-day business. As a result, virtual events proliferated, allowing professionals and entrepreneurs from around the world to maintain the daily communication which is so necessary for business development.

Now, as global vaccination rates increase, borders are being reopened and face-to-face events held once more, like the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in June 2021, where Shotl was awarded the prestigious Entrepreneur XXI award and was a finalist for the 4YFN Impact Awards.

Shotl is now proud to announce its participation at this year’s most prestigious mobility, transport, and technology innovation events. The first being the International Mobility Congress that took place in Sitges, Spain, on September 21 and 22, and the International Mobility Summit (which Shotl attended virtually) in Copenhagen from September 20 to 24.

But the highlights are yet to come. From October 11-15, Shotl will travel to Hamburg, Germany, for the ITS World Congress. Along with members of the Business Development team, our CEO and co-founder, Gerard Martret, will be available at the ACCIÓ booth to discuss new opportunities and challenges for the coming months. The congress emphasizes the importance of Intelligent Transport Systems, especially in the cities and regions where they are hosted.

Shotl will also participate in the world's most important mobility event: MOVE 2021 at the London ExCeL on November 9 and 10. And, of course, we wouldn’t miss the Smart City Expo in Barcelona in November.

The whole Shotl team is looking forward to seeing you face to face again and welcoming you to these events!

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