Project Description

Spring Alternative Transportation Conference

Date & Time:

March 25-26
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Please join us at the Colliers Securities Alternative Transportation Conference on March 25-26. Their conference will consist of a series of fireside chats and 1-on-1 meetings with management teams across the Electric Auto/Truck, Micro-Mobility, Shared Mobility, and Alternative-Vehicle sectors, including FORCE Family Office clients Arcimoto, Ideanomics, and DSG Global.

In addition, over 20 Electric Vehicle and Alternative Transportation companies will be there, and attendance at any of the group sessions is at no cost.

The number of public investment options in Alternative Transportation has expanded significantly, including the Micro-Mobility, Recreational Vehicle, and Shared-Mobility sub-sectors. This conference will be a great way to explore some of the recently-announced SPAC merger transactions that have not yet closed; some recently-public companies in the sector; and some established companies in the market.

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