Tuesday, September 28, 9:45 AM
Valet operations were down, but not out in 2020. Learn how valet owners are building back stronger than ever in 2021. Join this open-mic discussion with valet owners, operators, and suppliers in the Valet Operators COFFEE TALK program. The session will examine the current state of the valet operations, and how owners are re-imagining their business after COVID. There will be lots to discuss, from new technology tools to successful service and employee solutions.
The Parking Whisperer
Airport / Off Airport Operators
Tuesday, September 28, 4:00 PM
Participate in this open-mic forum for airport and off-airport parking entrepreneurs, owners, and operators hear how this important parking sector has rebuilt its business this year. There will be lots for the audience to discuss with our facilitator from TNCs to shuttle operations and from government regulation on CO2 to business development opportunities.
John Groden, CPP
Colonial Airport Parking
Director Business Development
Green Power Motor Company
Wednesday, September 29, 11:00 AM
Join other municipal parking operators and transportation directors in this open-mic forum on the state of the parking business in cities, central business districts, and shared parking spaces. There will be lots of the audience to discuss including how to generate parking demand, how to manage EV charging and electric vehicles, curb management, congestion, enforcement, sustainability, and what’s happening in your city.
Thomas Leathers, CAPP,
Chief Parking Administrator,
City of Durham
Universities Healthcare and Campus Operators
Wednesday, September 29, 3:00 PM
Participate in this open-mic forum for Universities Healthcare and Campus Operators parking, transportation directors, and suppliers and hear how this critical parking sector is operating in the new normal on campus. There will be lots for the audience to discuss with our facilitator from EV charging stations to scooter bikes and micro transit issues. More on sessions for university & hospital leaders.
Diversity Peer Network
Tuesday September 28, 9:45 AM
Join this open-mic discussion with parking entrepreneurs, operators, suppliers, and anyone in the mobility workforce today. The session will examine how diverse teams make better decisions and are more innovative and how diverse companies have better shareholder returns.
There will be lots to discuss, from successful DEI initiatives, to the role of leadership in managing change, and to the workforce development and compliance.
LaVeeda Morgan Battle, Board Director and General Counsel, City of Birmingham