‘Building the Future’ and ‘Smarter Cars’ broadcast this Sunday

This Sunday sees the double-bill broadcast of two of our latest industry documentaries. Smarter Cars and Building the Future broadcast as a double-bill on Sunday 8th February from 10am on Sky Channel 254.

Smarter Cars focusses on the changing world of the corporate fleet, and shows how innovative companies are getting the most from their vehicles. For this program our industry contributors include electric vehicle experts EDF Energy, award winning fleet managers Alphabet and telemetric pioneers RouteMonkey.

The financial pressures of today’s corporate world means a cost-effective and efficient vehicle fleet is more essential than ever. We show you how to organise your fleet to use it more effectively and efficiently, improving your bottom line. We also explore the recent innovations in electric and hybrid vehicles and explain how and where they can be used to provide environmental and cost benefits.

Smarter Cars broadcasts this Sunday, 8th February, at 10am on Sky channel 254. This will also be available online via the Executive TV website alongside our other programmes.

 

Building the Future focuses on the UK’s building industry and the responsibility it has to safety and the environment. We also look at the latest developments and advances shaping the industry and ensuring its longevity. The interviewees on this programme include construction specialist Grenspan, demolition experts C & D Consultancy and soil and infrastructure pioneers Powerbetter.

This series of programmes showcases the companies who go above and beyond industry standards and are constantly looking to improve. This programme serves as inspiration for any business looking to improve themselves and their industry.

Building the Future broadcasts this Sunday, 8th February, at 10:30am, Sky channel 254. This will also be available online on the Executive TV website alongside our other programmes.

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