MANCHESTER, England – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Wejo Group Limited (NASDAQ: WEJO), a global leader in cloud and software analytics generated from connected vehicle data, today announced that Founder and CEO Richard Barlow and CFO John Maxwell will present and organize investor meetings at the following conferences:
January 11, 2022
24e Needham Virtual Growth Annual Conference
Presentation at 11:30 a.m.ET
25 January 2022
Baird Conference on Vehicle Technology and Mobility
Management will discuss Wejo’s mission to drive innovation in the automotive industry through data from autonomous, electric and connected vehicles, as well as the company’s ability to analyze, standardize and distribute this data quickly and efficiently. They will also detail the revolutionary Neural Edge platform recently announced at CES and how partnerships with Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and Palantir (NYSE: PLTR) help optimize the way data is managed in the vehicle and delivered to the cloud. reducing overhead and costs while maximizing data insight.
A webcast of the Needham Conference can be accessed by visiting the Investor Relations section of the Company’s website at https://www.wejo.com/investors/investor-relations.
Wejo is a global leader in autonomous, electric and connected vehicle data, revolutionizing the way we live, work and travel by transforming and interpreting historical and real-time vehicle data. The company enables smarter mobility by organizing billions of data points from approximately 12 million vehicles and over 60 billion trips around the world, across multiple brands, makes and models, and then standardizing and improving those large-scale data flow. Wejo partners with ethical and like-minded businesses and organizations to turn that data into information that unlocks value for consumers. With the most comprehensive and reliable data, information and intelligence, Wejo is creating a smarter, safer and more sustainable world for everyone. Founded in 2014, Wejo employs over 300 people and has offices in Manchester, UK and areas where Wejo does business around the world. For more information visit: www.wejo.com.
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