Friday 23rd April 13:00 CET
Right at the start of the pandemic a group of DSP's in the UK had the idea to form a "Relocation Survivors Group" which quickly became a force for the UK association the ARP, to build a political lobby group. One year on and the first "All Party Political Group" meeting has taken place, a true milestone in getting governmental Recognition for the mobility industry.
This may only apply right now to the UK, but it's a model that can help members around the world to form networks to lobby governments to recognise the huge importance of our industry in global trade and growth. This has never mattered more than it does now as we rebuild our economies post-Covid-19.
May 10 - May 14
May 17 - May 21
We will be running two sessions a day across ten days, focussing on where our industry is in late Spring 2021 and where we will be. There is no charge for any delegate holding a credit note for Seville 2022.
Calle Dr. Pedro de Castro
It is with great sadness, regret, disbelief and not just a little anger that we announce that we must postpone our Seville conference again.
We have been in regular contact with our venues and the Andalusian tourist and convention authorities throughout the pandemic and we have now been asked to postpone until 2022 as the hotel, dinner and party venues tell us events will not be possible until the late Autumn at the earliest. La Feria, the great Seville festival has been cancelled for the second year running and the authorities are considering cancelling all large public events across the summer.
The venues themselves are as sad as we are but have been working to find alternative dates in 2022 and these will be the last week in March.
Please don’t hesitate to contact myself or your amazing EuRA team if you need any further information at this time. We will be keeping you updated with all further information via bulletins, the website and the App.
This beautiful and historic city was once a Moorish capital and has been a site of wealth and influence for over two millennia. Today the city is a centre for tech and research and development as well as one of Spains most fascinating places to visit. From the colossal Gothic cathedral to the Moorish palaces that make up the stunning Alcazar, this is not a city to visit just for a conference, it's a place you need to take time to discover and explore. Strolling its winding medieval lanes, you will hear flamenco music, see street performers on every square and stop for tapas, coffee, wine and just to watch the world go by.
We are very excited to welcome you to Seville!