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Future of Mobility: Corporate Carsharing Fleets Set to Grow from ~2,000 in 2013 to 85,000 Vehicles in 2020

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Future of Mobility: Corporate CarsharingFuture of Mobility: Corporate Carsharing Fleets Set to Grow from ~2,000 in 2013 to 85,000 Vehicles in 2020 PR Newswire LONDON, Feb. 25, 2014 - Frost & Sullivan's Mobility Programme Manager, Martyn Briggs, comments on corporate carsharing offering opportunities to reduce fleet costs and emissions to corporates, whilst improving convenience and perks to employees Dedicated corporate carsharing solutions are beginning to become far more prevalent in a company's mobility requirements, as the attractiveness and awareness of such offerings increases. With rising congestion and the relative ease of using public transport in most urban areas, set against the challenges of parking in particular, the need of having a dedicated car for each employee for business requirements in many cases is declining. And as connected cars become more commonplace, the kind of telematics and fleet management software that is used in carsharing fleets is beginning to be offered into several corporate situations. These changing urban dynamics alongside evolving consumer electronics and fleet management technology in particular, have led to a new wave of corporate carsharing solutions across Europe.

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Future of Mobility: Corporate Carsharing Fleets Set to Grow from ~2,000 in 2013 to 85,000 Vehicles in 2020

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- Frost & Sullivan's Mobility Programme Manager, Martyn Briggs, comments on corporate carsharing offering opportunities to reduce fleet costs and emissions to corporates, whilst improving convenience and perks to employees