|BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE||MARKETING||TALENT QUEST||MOBILITY||DESIGN/BUILD|
Examine the latest trends in parking mobility and the business world. Track focuses on insights into trends shaping the economy, mobility, parking and transportation with top thought leaders and case studies. The programs cover rapid changes shaping the industry, shifting consumer preferences, and more.
Valuing Your Parking Asset & Preparing for a Sale
The EV Revolution & What It Means for Parking
Build, Partner, or Buy? Increasing Your Valuation Through Added Technologies
Municipal: How Parking Fits into Future Municipal Transportation Plans
Hear the findings from the latest NPA research – the Parking Road to Recovery Index. The Index serves as an economic indicator for the parking industry’s rebound. Conducted by Ernst and Young (EY), the research survey measures the industry’s performance to-date, the parking operators’ industry outlook, and consumer activities. Research supported by FLASH.
Understand how to critically analyze a parking asset to determine its market value, whether it is for a sale or for a merger and acquisition (M&A). Many parking owners think of their assets in terms of location or profit level while Wall Street, private equity (PE) and other investment firms tend to think in terms of EBITDA, or Discounted Cash Flow (DCF).
This in-depth session will explain what Wall Street and investment firms examine when they evaluate a parking asset.
The EV revolution is upon us, and demand for charging is growing faster than ever. The parking industry has an unprecedented opportunity to create new revenue, improve the parker experience, create new and highly profitable locations, and solve one of the biggest challenges for automakers as they continue to electrify their vehicle lineups.
Join a panel of automotive and mobility executives at the forefront of this development and discover how EV is changing parking’s future.
The panel will explore:
Hear how to bring “Silicon Valley-level” tech and capital into your parking organization to increase its value and evolve your position in the marketplace. Whether it’s a PARCs solution, a reservation platform, or an enforcement program, the decision to build, buy or partner with a tech vendor will be driven by a variety of factors.
In this session, you’ll hear a wide range of strategies from parking operators on the bleeding edge of this trend.
The session will:
An open-mic discussion will follow the presentation.
VP, Product & Partnership
Wednesday, September 21, 10:00 - 10:45 AM
With cities returning to a new normal, city planners and transportation managers are grappling with how to estimate parking demand, public transportation demand, and new commuting patterns.
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