1 March 17:30-08:30
You are invited to our second Oxford EV Business Networking event. Following on from the successes of the Oxford EV Summit last July and our first Business Breakfast at Lady Marget Hall last November, we are excited to announce our next Oxford EV Business Breakfast on the morning of Friday 1 March from 07.30 to 09.30 in the mezzanine of the Mathematics Institute.
The theme will be First/Last Mile Delivery. We will have experts from EV Van and zero-emission delivery world present short summaries of their offers, experience and the future of First/ Last Mile Delivery, especially how it relates to a future Zero Emission Zone in Oxford. Our line-up of speakers includes Renault, Arrival, and Pedal and Post. They will also be on hand to answer any questions about First/Last Mile Delivery or EV Vans you might have.
This event is aimed at local business owners, fleet managers, EV suppliers, policy makers and any individuals involved in the transition to and adoption of EVs.
The format of the Breakfast is as follows: 07.30 – 08.00: Arrival, teas and coffees and networking 08.00 – 08.30: Short informal presentations from our guests from Renault, Arrival, Pedal and Post 08.30 – 09.30: Networking, teas and coffees A simple breakfast, coffee, tea and juice will be provided. Please feel free to share this invite with any colleagues or other parties you think might be interested in attending.
A future event is planned for April 2019 for local professionals from businesses, the public sector and third sector organisations to meet, network, collaborate and learn from each other as we speed up the transition towards electric vehicles in Oxford. This series of events is delivered by Oxford City Council as part of its Low Carbon Oxford programme. If you can't attend this time but would like information about the Low Carbon Oxford partnership and events, please sign up for our newsletter here. The delivery of this event is supported by the European Regional Development Fund and run through a collaborative partnership between the Low Carbon Hub, Oxford City Council, the University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Cherwell District Council, Bioregional and Oxfordshire Greentech.