ITT Hub unveils Commercial Partners
Lloyds Banking Group, National Grid Electricity Transmission and Centrica have been announced as Commercial Partners for ITT Hub.
Innovation & Technology in Transport 2020 (ITT Hub 2020) is a new business event for the transport and technology sector. The event will take place at Farnborough International Conference and Exhibition Centre on 13 May 2020. The announcement of the Commercial Partners was made at a special ‘Innovators’ Day’ held at Farnborough. The preview marked the start of the one-year countdown to the opening of the inaugural event in May 2020.
Each company has a strategic objective to work closely in the transport sector and, as a Commercial Partner at ITT Hub 2020, they will receive extensive brand exposure over the next 12 months and seats on the Advisory Board.
The three new Commercial Partners join Strategic Partner FTA, and five other Event Partners – Farnborough International, Highways UK, the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, the Renewable Energy Association and Transport for the South East. Along with Zenobe Energy, the partners have already announced support for the new exhibition and conference. Over 75% of original exhibition space at ITT Hub is now taken and plans are underway to bring on stream extra space at the venue.
CEO of the organisers of ITT Hub 2020, Mark Griffin, said: “All three of our new Partners share our view that transport is changing rapidly. We are delighted that, by working together, we can provide our visitors, exhibitors and industry stakeholders with an injection of fresh innovation through thought leadership and shared goals. Each Partner has their own individual role to play in shaping the future of mobility and we are proud that ITT Hub 2020 has been recognised as an event which they want to partner with to achieve this.”
- Pictured are: (L to R) Leon Daniels OBE, Binswood Media; James Courtenay-Evans, Lloyds Banking Group; Stuart Fowler, Centrica; Graeme Cooper, National Grid Electricity Transmission; Chris Chandler, Lex Autolease; Emily Highmore-Talbot, Centrica and Mark Griffin