As part of its commitment to giving road warriors exceptional service through innovation, National Car Rental will again partner with Andru Edwards, founder and chief executive officer of Gear Live and host of Geekwire, to broadcast live from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, Jan. 7 and 8 to discuss the future of vehicle and business travel technology.
With roughly 300,000-square feet of automotive exhibit space, CES has become one of the largest automotive shows in the U.S. Edwards will report live from the showroom floor with National’s original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partners, including Ford and Nissan, to highlight advancements and innovations such as vehicle connectivity, electrification, AI-powered entertainment systems, and intelligent mobility that demonstrate the continued convergence of the automotive and tech industries.
National will stream these live broadcasts at 11 a.m. PST, Jan. 7 and 8 on its Twitter channel.
In addition to its presence at CES, National, the premier car rental brand for frequent airport travelers, continues to evolve its service offerings for road warriors with innovative initiatives and platforms designed to create a best-in-class customer experience. For example, the brand’s award-winning mobile app provides business travelers with a single point of contact to manage all aspects of the rental journey. And National’s website was recently ranked No. 1 in customer satisfaction for ease of navigation, overall appearance, range of services/activities, clarity of information provided and page load speed.
During CES 2020, executives from Enterprise Holdings will be featured speakers in Deloitte’s “Smart Future” program. The sessions will explore how industries and people respond as “smart” tech becomes a global reality, and how this foundational change impacts how the world connects and operates. Enterprise’s recently-appointed CEO Chrissy Taylor will give the keynote speech at 2:15 p.m. PST on Jan. 6, focusing on strategies for delivering a superior human experience in an evolving mobility environment. Immediately following, Paul Reh, vice president of customer experience, will join a panel with leaders from Marriott International and Delta Air Lines to discuss how all humans – employees and customers – interface with mobility and travel.
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