As Personal Mobility Evolves, Will Car Rental Evolve Too?

Neil Abrams
Neil Abrams

As the personal mobility industry continues to evolve, what will the future of car rental look like, both domestically and globally?

At the 2017 Auto Rental Summit, Neil Abrams will explain the changing dynamics of the business in his seminar “The Evolution of the Personal Mobility Industry — and What It Means to Today’s Rental Operators.” Abrams is the founder of Abrams Consulting Group Inc., a consulting and research firm that serves the global auto rental, carsharing, and allied industries.

With more than 40 years of industry knowledge, Abrams provide an assessment of the majors, franchise, and independent markets to understand the impact of new transportation models, concluding with guidance and insight into the future.

Abrams will also touch on today’s influencers, including auto manufacturers in car rental, collaborative consumption, the transition to electric vehicles, and autonomous vehicles.

"If you want a better insight into just where our industry is headed and how to prepare for a seismic shift in the competitive landscape, you don't want to miss this presentation,” said Abrams.

The 2017 Auto Rental Summit will be held Nov. 6-7 at Hilton Miami Downtown. Click here for the full schedule.

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