About
How can we best prepare for the future? This question has been bothering mobility companies for years. Examples like Mobility-as-a-Service, car subscriptions models, or charging and e-mobility solutions illustrate that unexpected developments challenge even the most disruptive ideas - especially in the volatile and ambiguous world we’re living in​​. But if innovation alone is not enough, what can mobility players actually do to prepare for the unexpected?

Join us in this one-hour webinar to learn how Futures Thinking and Strategic Foresight, combined with an ecosystem approach, can help you create sustainable value, grasp emerging opportunities, and leverage your full potential!
When
Tue, Mar 29, 2022 · 10:00 AM Berlin (GMT 2:00)
Agenda
  • Dive into real-life disruption stories
  • Futures thinking and strategic foresight in an ecosystem approach
  • Panel discussion about the future of mobility (incl. Q&A)
Presenters
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Susan Käppeler
Former Chief Commercial Officer, Alphabet Germany - a BMW Group company
Susan is a creative growth leader with a passion for driving sustainable business from a strategic, business development & marketing perspective. In the past 18 years, she’s gained deep insight into mobility within the automotive industry.

The latest focus areas include comprehensive eMobility solutions and CO2 consulting to help turn corporate fleets net-zero with an all-brand captive. Prior to that she was part of the BMW Energy Services team that’s created sustainable business at the intersection of the mobility & energy world. Vehicle2grid applications, stationary energy storage systems, etc. that support the integration of renewables into the electricity grids were making up their portfolio.

On April 1st she will take on a new role to ensure clean, reliable & affordable energy for everyone.
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Matti Tanninen
General Manager – Mobility and Marketing, Toyota Finance Finland Oy
Matti is a mobility and car financing professional from Finland having over ten years of experience from Toyota, which is the largest car manufacturer in the world. Toyota has publicly announced that it will become a mobility company. Matti has insights on what that change means in practice and what is the new brand Kinto all about.
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Kaj Pyyhtiä
Principal Advisor at Futurice and Co-Founder of Whim/ MaaS Global
Kaj is a highly experienced digital business developer, business leader and transformation maker. He has worked across multiple industry verticals around the world during the past 20 years, helping companies realize opportunities in both existing and new business areas. Prior to joining Futurice, Kaj was the Co-Founder of the world’s first MaaS (Mobility as a Service) company MaaS Global, that introduced the Whim app to the world. His roles ranged from defining the award-winning user experience of Whim, to leading the internationalization of the company. Most recently, Kaj worked on building the Ecosystem of Mobility, ramping up a network of Strategic Partners, with partners such as Tencent, British Petroleum and ComfortDelGro.
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Tuğberk Duman
Head of innovation, Futurice
Tuğberk is a creative technologist with a passion to use cutting-edge technologies for people, the planet and profit. The latest works include using computer vision & radio technologies to create seamless shopping experiences. He relishes the challenge of finding new ways to drive innovation.
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Eeva Raita
Head of Strategy & Culture, Futurice
Eeva leads a team responsible for helping both client organizations and Futurice itself find success in the digital era by creating better work cultures, innovating for growth, and leading change. She holds a Ph.D. in social psychology and combines her expertise in people and tech to help companies to foster learning and become more human-centric and data-enabled.