LA CoMotion brings together the brave new world of the urban mobility revolution — a revolution that is set to transform every city in the world, large and small. Mayors from cities around the world, leading technologists, start-ups and established players — the entire landscape of new urban mobility will be present in November for LA CoMotion. Three days of immersive and inspirational talks, demos, test drives and exhibitions — a glimpse into our new urban future.
We are still recruiting volunteers for both the Leadership Conference and the Festival that will be taking place November 15-17 in the Los Angeles Arts District. We are looking for volunteers for a variety of positions, to help out with speakers, the expo, participants registration, media, etc. Volunteers will be granted access to the private Leadership Conference sessions (tickets are sold for 1000$) and are welcome to attend as a participant outside of their shift. Volunteers can sign up for all or some of the shifts depending on their availabilities. Interested candidates may send their resumes and their availabilities directly to email@example.com. Looking forward to meeting you!
Thursday 15/ Friday 16 /Saturday 17
Morning shifts: 8:30am-1:30pm
Afternoon shifts: 1:30 pm - 6:30pm
The event will have two tracks:
The Leadership Conference will take place on November 15-16 and bring together the global pioneers of the new mobility revolution. Reserved for policymakers and industry players from around the world, the event will feature curated discussions about how urban mobility is set to transform where and how we live, work, and play — and walk, bike and ride.
The LA CoMotion Public Expo Festival is an immersive experience of the latest innovations that will be hitting our streets in the near future. The Expo will be open to the general public on November 17 and is your unique chance to watch, touch, and try out some of the most exciting inventions in the field of urban mobility – from autonomous vehicles to avant-garde bicycles.
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