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People, Goods, Energy, Data: This Year’s CO.MOBILITY Summit

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The Company Lab

Sustainable mobility is defined as - quote - “the future-forward movement of people, goods, energy and data.”

That concept is at the heart of the CO.MOBILITY Summit, launched last year - hosted by The Company Lab, or CO.LAB, here on our campus: the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Next week, the Summit returns - at UTC and at other venues in this city - from Monday, May 20th through Wednesday, May 22nd.

Angela Poffenbaugh is with The Company Lab.

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