IPMI’s annual Awards and Recognition programs celebrate individuals and organizations in the parking, transportation, and mobility industry. Winners in three major award categories – Awards of Excellence, Professional Recognition Awards, and Marketing – exemplify industry excellence.
The International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI) and The Parking Podcast have announced a strategic partnership to grow awareness of the importance of parking and mobility to podcast listeners.
The Parking Podcast, hosted by Isaiah Mouw, CAPP, LEED AP, will now be brought to listeners by IPMI. Mouw was named one of IPMI’s Parking Professionals of the Year in 2019 and received the association’s Chairman’s Award in 2014. He is a longtime volunteer with the organization, having served on multiple committees and as a member of its CAPP Board of Directors.
“We’re excited to welcome IPMI as our strategic partner,” says Mouw. “This partnership will be a mutually beneficial one that will help more people learn about the importance of parking and mobility in daily life, and share the expertise of leaders and innovators to industry members.”
IPMI Chief Executive Officer Shawn Conrad, CAE, says, “IPMI is looking forward to joining the podcasting world through this partnership. The Parking Podcast delivers quality content and interesting stories, and we’re thrilled to be part of it.”
The Parking Podcast will be available through IPMI’s online resource center, at parking-mobility.org, as well as at parkingcast.com and on podcast platforms that include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts.
New publication mirrors the ever-expanding roles of parking, mobility, and transportation professionals in keeping people moving
(Anaheim, Calif., June 3, 2019) – Building on its long history of keeping readers abreast of the ever-changing and future-focused parking and mobility industry, this month, IPMI launched a new magazine, Parking & Mobility, and retired The Parking Professional after a long, esteemed history.
Parking & Mobility magazine reflects the changing roles of professionals in today’s interconnected, choice-driven network that encompasses parking, transportation, and mobility. The magazine features a masthead design in a custom font that connotes motion. Its coverage will continue to spotlight parking, which remains central to the industry, along with the broader scope of topics affecting members and industry professionals.
Each issue will feature news, analysis, case studies, and the expertise of IPMI members and industry leaders, which readers can tap to benefit their own organizations and communities.
“We gave a lot of consideration to changing the name of The Parking Professional, as we did with our organizational name change in October,” says IPMI CEO Shawn Conrad, CAE. “We naturally wanted the magazine to develop and mature with IPMI—to embrace mobility and the constantly shifting roles of our members.”
This industry evolution reflects the pivotal role parking and mobility professionals have long had in planning, designing and managing successful transportation ecosystems. New technology, along with the explosive growth of ride-hailing/transportation network companies and the need for expertise in curb management has also contributed.
Debut copies of the new magazine will be distributed at opening session of the IPMI Conference & Expo in Anaheim, Calif. June 6-12, and mailed to members at the same time. An online edition is available at parking-mobility.org/magazine.
Parking & Mobility welcomes article proposals and feedback. They should be directed to editor, Kim Fernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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