You may have seen we recently rolled out a new logo. But that's not all. LeasePlan introduced a new brand promise and a new attitude to go with it.

At our core, we are still the world's leading fleet management company with 1.7 million vehicles under our care in more than 30 countries. Our new brand promise – What's Next? – combined with our new logo, illustrate a forward motion, a drive toward innovative fleet and mobility management. And, we are as much about the journey and the road ahead as we are the destination.

So, what is next for LeasePlan? Today, I invite you to explore our re-imagined resource center, which now includes blog articles, tip sheets, guidebooks and access to insights from many of our experts.

While the topics will more often be fleet-focused, we won't limit ourselves to just fleet going forward. This is because we live in a world that is in a constant transformation. The mobility and fleet spaces are no exception.

To prepare for what's next, you need to have some foresight into what's coming down the road. That's not to say that we are predicting the future, but rather reading the tea leaves and keeping our eyes open to what is happening around us. And while we will provide resources, from basic tips, such as budgeting for the fluctuating cost of fuel or the state of vehicle remarketing, we will also take deeper dives into the macro- and micro-economic factors that influence fuel and used-vehicle sales.

And of course, there are the popular topics, like autonomous cars. A future where vehicles will roam the streets on their own is foreseeable. Will they be smart enough to stop when we step into their path with our noses buried in the latest smart device? I sure hope so! It's hard to keep up with it all, so we'll track the latest news here, too.

Ultimately, I know fleet managers, procurement directors and executives don’t have the time to go searching for the expertise and information they need to make informed decisions about their employees' mobility needs. Our goal is to provide the information, and access to our experts, in an easy-to-find format to make everyone’s lives a little less complicated. Leave a comment and let me know how we're doing.


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