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Urban Mobility 3.0, OEMs New Mobility Offerings and New Business Models Linking Web 2.0 - Presentations from Frost & Sullivan's Interactive Workshop and Networking Event 2014

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Urban Mobility 3.0, OEMs New Mobility Offerings and New Business Models Linking Web 2.0 - Presentations from Frost & Sullivan's Interactive Workshop and Networking Event 2014
Published: September 9, 2014 Content info: 275 Pages

Presentations from Frost & Sullivan's Interactive Workshop and Networking Event, 2014

This research study focuses on providing all the presentations from Frost & Sullivan's two-day workshop event held in June 2014 in London, called Urban Mobility 3.0: New Urban Mobility Business Models. These include presentations from Frost & Sullivan Europe and APAC team and a host of other companies, such as Daimler, Zipcar Europe, Alphabet, Adam Opel and more. The focus of this entire workshop was on analyzing the impact of urbanization and mobility in the automotive and transportation industry and identifying emerging business models to offer alternative and broadening mobility solutions.

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Product Code: MAA3-01-00-00-00

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  • Introduction to Frost & Sullivan's Urban Mobility Conference 3.0
  • Global Mega Trends and Their Impact on Future of Mobility, Sarwant Singh, Senior Partner & Practice Director, Automotive & Transport & Visionary Innovation Group, Frost & Sullivan
  • Future of Mobility and New Mobility Business Models, Erik Jonnaert, Secretary General, European Automobile Manufacturer's Association - ACEA
  • Car Lite London, Samantha Kennedy, Senior Strategy and Planning Manager, Surface Transport, Transport for London
  • Massive Deployment of Five Game Changers to Tackle Five Global Challenges and Meet Societal Demand Sustainably, Erik Grab, VP Strategic Anticipation, Innovation & Sustainable Development, Michelin
  • Connected Vehicles and Future Cities, Redmer van der Meer, Director Corporate Planning, Nissan Europe
  • How Urban Mobility changes car makers' business, Dr. Rittmar von Helmolt, Adam Opel AG, Rüsselsheim
  • Urban Mobility Redefined, Katrin Saternus, Manager Media Relations, Moovel GmbH
  • New Mobility Business Models: Leasing, Rentals & Carsharing Overview, Franck Leveque, VP & Business Unit Leader - Automotive & Transportation, Frost & Sullivan
  • Next Level Business Mobility, Christopher Wisdom, Head of Corporate Mobility, Alphabet
  • Trends in Car Hire Business, Mark Servodidio, Managing Director, Avis Budget UK
  • The Role of Car Sharing in Urban Mobility 3.0, Mark Walker, General Manager UK, Zipcar
  • Micro mobility solutions - Strategic Imperative for Visionary Automotive Companies, Vivek Vaidya, Vice President Consulting, Frost & Sullivan
  • Breaking down the Big Data Environment with an Automotive Perspective, Niranjan Thiyagarajan, Senior Consultant, Automotive & Transportation, Frost & Sullivan
  • Connected Service for Smarter Urban Logistics, Manoella Wilbaut, Head of Global Commercial Developments - Automotive Sector, DHL
  • Self Driving Vehicles: Business Model and Public Policy, Alex Mitchell Director, Head of Automotive, World Economic Forum
  • The Future of Automotive Retailing Focus on New Retailing Models and Dealership Developments, Julia Saini, Director of Consulting, Automotive & Transportation, Frost & Sullivan
  • The Future of Automotive Retail 'Reverse Showrooming' and The Empowered Consumer, Andrew Hooks, Director of Motors,
  • Who Can Fix My Car - From Meerkats to Motoring, Alex Rose, Marketing Director,
  • Driving the Future: Women Empowerment - How Women Empowerment is Fuelling the Future Automotive Customer, Olivia Price-Walker, Senior Consultant - Visionary, Innovation/Automotive & Transportation, Frost & Sullivan
  • The Frost & Sullivan Story
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