Micromobility Europe conference returning to Amsterdam, bringing tiny EVs with it

Micromobility Europe, along with Micromobility America, is one of premier trade shows focused purely on small format vehicles designed for personal mobility. If it rolls, moves a few people, and doesn’t look like something you’d never want to park in a crowded city, it will probably be there.

On June 8-9, Amsterdam will play host to the Micromobility Europe 2023 event, featuring a pile of new vehicles, a curated list of industry speakers, and more.

I had the chance to attend Micromobility America last September in San Francisco. As awesome as that experience was to check out the latest in electric scooters, e-bikes, and even electric micro-cars, Micromobility Europe is supposed to be even larger.

The conference is described as an “immersive two-day celebration of small electric vehicles and their power to radically reshape our cities.”

The event will feature over 100 speakers from different areas of the alternative transportation universe, including micromobility company founders, journalists covering the industry, politicians and policy makers, and more.

Over 1,000 attendees are expected to join the event, taking part in presentations, product launches, award shows, test rides, networking events, and general micromobility shenanigans.

A combination of keynote addresses, panels, and roundtable discussions are spread across the two-day schedule, giving insight into different aspects of the industry.

New product launches have also become a key feature of the annual events, with several new electric scooters, e-bikes, and other small-format vehicles making their worldwide debuts at the show.

A new aspect of the event this year will be the “Micromobility Startups Awards” with 24 categories. The competition will be open to any company that has raised less than $20M in total funding, and the entries will be able to pitch for the European Startup of the Year in their respective category.

Each company that is selected will have three minutes to pitch on the Startup Stage at the event in front of a panel of expert judges.

Another hallmark of the event will be the chance for attendees to test-ride micromobility vehicles from a wide range of manufacturers.

A test track will be set up so that riders can safely hop in or on some of the latest and most innovative new models from across Europe.

You can check out my own testing of several different styles of light electric vehicles in my Micromobility America video below, filmed at last year’s event in San Francisco.

The show may feature tiny vehicles, but the general admission ticket prices for the two-day event are anything but micro. The full-price tickets for the June 8-9 conference are priced at €1,500 each, though early-bird prices of €600 are still in effect (and there’s currently a multi-ticket discounted price of €500 per ticket for two tickets or €400 per ticket for three or more tickets). And through the magic of URLs, the conference organizers have kindly offered to apply a 20% discount to Electrek readers who jump through here.

Those two-day tickets are oriented toward industry folks who want to attend the full event’s many presentations and make use of the networking opportunity. For the general public who only want to come and ride some awesome micromobility vehicles, there are €10 tickets for just the afternoon on June 9. And yes, you can even apply the 20% discount to the €10 tickets too!

Oh, and you better believe that I’ll be there to cover the show, making sure that anyone who can’t attend will still get the experience of seeing the coolest aspects and latest micromobility vehicles in action.

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