Electrify Expo expands to seven markets

Electrify Expo expands to seven markets

Electrify Expo is expanding its footprint in 2023 to become a seven-city festival. In 2021, Electrify Expo hosted events in three cities, then expanded to five markets in 2022. Electrify Expo 2023 cities and dates include:

  • May 19-21: Long Beach, CA
  • June 24-25: San Francisco, CA
  • July 22–23: Washington D.C.
  • Aug 12-13: New York, New York
  • Sept 9-10: Seattle, WA
  • Oct 14-15: Miami, FL
  • Nov 10-12: Austin, TX

The expanded 2023 schedule is expected to generate 200,000+ demo rides.

Both Long Beach and Austin will serve as the hosts for Electrify Expo’s Industry Days. The industry-only events feature C-suite executives from leading automotive manufacturers and mobility companies, top analysts, and media, as well as the latest research findings related to electrified mobility. Organizers say experts will discuss key challenges, insights, and future trends as we enter the age of electrification.

Electrify Expo will also serve as a platform for new product launches and major corporate announcements throughout the 2023 season. Also, new for Industry Day next year will be an exhibition for B2B companies looking to reach executives from top automakers and decision-makers throughout the industry.

Electrify Show Off, a display of customized electric vehicles, will expand beyond its Austin launch to each of the seven cities across the 2023 schedule.

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