Zag Daily named WMG’s media partner for Micromobility UK 2023

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Zag Daily is proud to announce that we are partnering with our friends WMG at the University of Warwick to showcase the UK’s only in-person, dedicated micromobility event – Micromobility UK 2023

This is the 3rd edition of WMG’s annual event and is set to be its biggest yet. 

It will be held at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on 11th May and is free to attend. 

WMG’s goal is to support UK manufacturing businesses in creating a vibrant and prosperous micromobility ecosystem.

This ecosystem includes everything from bicycles, e-bikes and cargo bikes, through emerging vehicles categories like e-scooters and novel last mile delivery vehicles, to the electrification of L-category mopeds, motorbikes, trikes and quadricycles. 

Professor David Greenwood, CEO of High Value Manufacturing Catapult at WMG, told Zag: “As Micromobility UK enters its third year, we look forward to advancing the debate towards how we will safely deliver low cost, zero emission, inclusive personal transport to our towns and cities.

“With our change of venue to Stoneleigh park, we’ll have even greater opportunities for people to try out new and current vehicles in a safe but realistic environment.”

The event is aimed at manufacturers in the micromobility sector, shared operators, regional transport authorities, city councils, government agencies, finance representatives, research institutions and more. 

Speakers will be revealed in due course but last year’s had an opening address from Minister Trudy Harrison, Under Secretary of State at the Department for Transport.

“It’s the best opportunity to see the future vision for micromobility and urban travel,” said Mark Urbanowski, Principal Engineer for Micromobility at WMG. “Key challenges including regulation, safety, innovation, manufacturing and modal shift will be discussed in themed sessions.” 

Attendees will have the chance to trial the latest micromobility solutions, hear from industry and technology experts, visit exhibition stands and network.  

Sophia Gibbs, Event Manager for WMG University of Warwick, said: “Micromobility UK goes far beyond the products or regulations in the market but considers consumer behaviour, infrastructure and how a shift to micromobility could be beneficial for the UK economy and of course health and wellbeing.

“As well as the schedule of talks we will have an expanded exhibition area for companies to take a stand and a trial route for vehicle demonstrations.”

Richard Woods, Zag Daily Co-Founder, commented: “We’re very proud to be working with the University of Warwick in support of this important event. We believe the UK is becoming a world leader in mobility innovation and engineering excellence and the WMG team is at the forefront of this global movement for more sustainable transport.” 

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