FREE WEBINAR: Disrupting Business Models for the Future of Mobility

16 Oct till 16 Oct 2020
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People change, cities evolve, and markets get disrupted. The future of mobility and cities will be different for all of us. Whether you’re a manufacturer, an insurance company, a bank, an employer or a driver. Which industries and organizations will be affected? What will the future of cities and mobility look like and how can business models adapt to market trends?

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What can you expect?

  • Eye-opening opinions on our future of mobility.

  • Intriguing in-depth panel discussion fueled by your questions!

Let us introduce to you our panelists who will join this virtual panel discussion!

Rik Vera 
As one of the founding partners of nexxworks, Rik has joined several executive groups to Silicon Valley, China and other innovation hotspots. These interactions and visits made him the go-to person for connecting the dots between the trends in the automotive sector and the facts that will shape the future of mobility. Rik is a renowned thought-leader, author of business bestseller "Managers The Day After Tomorrow" and a trusted advisor on the topics of extreme customer centricity and business model change.

David Dixon
Residential Architecture Magazine named David in their Hall of Fame as “the person we call to ask about cities” and the American Institute of Architecture awarded him their Thomas Jefferson Medal for “a lifetime of creating livable neighbourhoods, vibrant civic spaces, and vital downtowns.” David is Vice President and Urban Places Fellow at Stantec, which provides professional consulting services in planning, engineering and landscape architecture around the world through over 22,000 employees. David co-authored “Urban Design for Urban Century”. 

Toby Allen 
Toby is Chief Product Officer at Skipr, a startup supporting organisations to manage employee mobility expenses by offering a journey planning app and showing them a real impact on CO2 targets. With fifteen years of Product Management, Toby led new technology products and B2B services across various industries including video games, film & media and more recently leading the implementation of Microsoft's Mixed Reality Hololens device. Skipr is backed by Lab-Box, a start-up studio by D’Iederen Auto. 

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