Women in Mobility – Female Breakfast

Side Event | June 20, 2024 | Hall B6 | Event language: German

At the beginning of the exhibition day, Power2Drive Europe, in cooperation with the Munich hub of the women's network Women in Mobility , will host a female breakfast.

In addition to networking, topics such as e-charging infrastructure, bidirectional charging, and the greenhouse gas reduction quota THG will be the focus.

About Women in Mobility

Women in Mobility advocates for increased visibility of women in the mobility industry: in leadership positions, as speakers at conferences, or as experts in specialized media. We provide a platform for women from companies, startups, organizations, associations, media, and politics to network, collaborate on projects, and exchange ideas.

Our mission is to create visibility for women and their professional competencies and to generate attention for diversity and sustainability in the mobility industry. We utilize various communication tools and event formats to promote exchange, networking, and empowerment.

Our goals include creating visibility for women in the mobility industry, fostering empowerment, building a network, and shaping the discourse on mobility. We also aim to promote sustainability and diversity in the industry by engaging women from all sectors of mobility and ensuring that speaker slots are filled by women.

Regina Roos (Senior Sales Development Lead, Typhoon HIL), Sabine Teller (Managing Director, TELLER IMAGES), Manuela Hotop (Co-Founder/CMO at EMOVY) and Inna Wettstein-Schneigelberger (electrification expert in the commercial vehicle sector) will give keynote speeches, followed by a panel discussion moderated by Sylvie Römer (Managing Director, ChargeHere).

Participation in the event is free of charge. Please register via email to muenchen@womeninmobility.org until June 15, 2024 (limited number of participants).

Quick Facts

Date

June 20, 2024

Session times

9:00am–11:00am

Event language

German

Venue

Hall B6 room B61
Participation

free of charge

Registration

Registration via Women in Mobility

Participation

Participation is included in the Visitor ticket for The smarter E Europe 2024 .

Registration

Register for free via email to muenchen@womeninmobility.org until June 15, 2024.

Contact

For further information and enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Ms. Mady Crist
Women in Mobility
E-Mail muenchen@womeninmobility.org

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