Martyn Briggs, Program Manager
Dedicated corporate carsharing solutions are becoming far more prevalent in a company’s mobility requirements, as the attractiveness and awareness of such offerings increase.
A recent analysis from Frost & Sullivan estimates the number of vehicles to stand at about 2,000 vehicles in such fleets in 2013. It forecasts that by 2020, there could be between 75,000 and 100,000 such vehicles in operation, as providers such as OEMs, leasing arms, rental companies, carsharing organizations (CSOs) and technology providers continually enter the market and expand geographically with competing solutions.
During this analyst briefing, Frost & Sullivan will present the key findings of this report, highlighting the trends impacting the market, the key industry groups and companies developing products and their target market, as well as give some predictions on the market potential and the impacts through to 2020.