Mobility & Tourism

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Mobility services are entering a new phase in their development. After a contrasting period between the health crisis and alternative exchanges, the mobility and tourism sector is quickly getting back on track.

Faced with the accelerated and massive return of travelers over the past two years, players in the sector must now face many challenges and changes:

  • Significant shift in consumer and business behavior when it comes to travel purchases
  • Change in consumption patterns of users and BtoB services (automation of relations)
  • Liberalization of the transport sector, emergence of new players and democratization of green mobility


Our presence in the mobility sector for several years has allowed Finegan Advisory to develop expertise that helps our clients face the major transformations of the sector in order to improve their competitive advantages and profitability.

Faced with the upheavals of these sectors, whether in terms of energy transition or customer and employee expectations, the Finegan Group assists major groups at all stages of their strategic and operational changes.


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Key figures

The Multiannual Energy Program (PPE) project predicts that the market of light electric vehicles will reach 4.8 million passenger cars in 2028 (3 million 100% electric vehicles and 1.8 million rechargeable hybrid vehicles).

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After the crisis, the tourism sector in France lost between 70% and 80% of its turnover (i.e. approximately €20 billion in losses in 2020). ( art Travel Guides 2021)

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With 102 billion traveler-kilometres, rail transport represents 54% of public transport in 2021