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By CAR2AD Team

Politics is on CAR2AD's side

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Dear Companists,

Anyone familiar with new markets and works within these will quickly notice that it's not possible for these to work without the proper underlying political framework. For this reason, we like to maintain our contacts and, of course, also advertise for political events.

 

Internet political evening at the Bundesverbandes Digitalwirtschaft (Federal Association for Digital Economy)

 

Last week had the most daylight out of the entire year and was also when the annual Internet Political Evening from the BVDW took place. Here, representatives from the online marketing sector from all over Germany met up for an event characterized by networking and political exchange. CAR2AD was busy both advertising for the event as well as leading productive conversations with our partners and perspective customers. 

Christian Lindner, the party chairman of the Free Democratic Party and the main speaker of the evening, was interested in the digital advertising options of CAR2AD. His presentation was rightfully entitled: "Why Germany needs an update".

 

The Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF)

CAR2AD at the Agenda Conference: Path to Mobility Change

 

At the Agenda Conference: Path to Mobility Change, CAR2AD was invited to be shown as an example on how science and economy can be combined and at the same time help support carsharing and public transportation. This topic is particularly relevant for cities, as many are in the process of building up their own carsharing networks and are interested in cross-financing their fleets through advertising. Additional, useful traffic information can also be displayed in real time through CAR2AD software.

 

Kind Regards

Your CAR2AD team



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