Shotl makes finals at this year’s TaaS Technology Awards

Following on from our gold-award-win earlier in the year at The European Start-up Prize for Mobility ceremony, we are pleased to announce that yet again we have been nominated for another prestigious award. This time, at the TaaS Technology Awards in Birmingham, England. 

On 22nd May, we were shortlisted in the category, “Outstanding New Mobility Company or Organization of the Year”. Obviously, we are honored to be recognized amongst the other finalists, all of whom are doing extraordinary things to drive the future of the mobility industry forward. 

The award ceremony itself takes place on the 9th of July in front of over 500 senior industry professionals. The objective of the TaaS Technology Awards is to highlight key industry achievements in advancing CAVs, EVs, Energy/Battery, Charging, Infrastructure, and Future Mobility.

Being shortlisted at this year’s event is a unique chance for Shotl to gain further recognition and acclaim for the innovative projects we have rolled out to date. Promotional coverage for the award has already begun and will run right up until the final in July. With months of online and print advertising spread deep within the global mobility sector, it is an incredible opportunity for us to penetrate the market further, whilst networking, and making a positive name for ourselves amongst other mobility leaders. 

We shall look forward to the 25th June, when this year’s winners are announced!

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