5th webinar: Communication strategy – eHUBS’ successful uptake
eHUBS are presented as a solution to reduce gas emissions since 25% of them come from the transport sector. However, is implementing shared mobility hubs enough to have an impact if no one uses them? Why and how to work for a successful uptake of eHUBS by end users? Isn’t communication the key to success? Let’s talk about it during our 5t eHUBS webinar!
Gustav Bosehans - Newcastle University.
Jasper Meekes - City of Nijmegen, will share Nijmegen's experience on effectively communicating eHUBS.
Veerle De Meyer - City of Mechelen, will give an example of Mechelen’s communication campaign within the framework of the MOBI-MIX project
The 5th webinar will take place on June 10th from 11:00 to 12:00 CEST - Online. You can register here
6TH webinar: Potential Business models for eHUBS?
The last eHUBS webinar will bring you an overview of the different business models that can make eHUBS a successful story from two different perspectives:
- A research conducted by the University of Antwerp called "Business Model Blueprints for the Shared Mobility Hub Network"
- The perspective of business models for eHUBS in rural areas by Atodelen.net
Elnert Coenegrachts - Researcher within the Department of Transport and Regional Economics at Antwerp University. As part of the eHUBS-project, Elnert did research on business model blueprints mobility hubs network.
Bram Seeuws - Project and policy coordinator at Autodelen.net, carshare Belgium. He is specialised in e-carsharing and mobility hubs. He is involved in several national and international projects related to these topics. Within the eHUBS-project, Bram is working on replication cities and how to create successful eHUBS in rural areas.
The 6th webinar will take place on June 17th from 11:00 to 12:00 CEST - Online. You can register here