The mobility landscape was already evolving rapidly before the Covid-19 pandemic hit, with a growing range of mobility services such as micromobility, ride-hailing and car-sharing available to consumers. Over the course of 2020 demand for transport has varied more than any time in recent memory. With increased working-from-home and notable economic uncertainty, could consumers begin to value flexibility above all else when making their mobility decisions?
This panel discussion, brought to you in partnership with EY, will address how consumer appetites for different mobility modes are shifting and whether longstanding practices such as company sponsored cars could be replaced by digital mobility wallets.
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Intelligent Mobility Analyst, Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Milo Boers is an Intelligent Mobility Analyst at BloombergNEF in London. He produces research on technology, economics and business models related to trends in mobility demand and services, electrification and autonomous driving.
Martin is the Global Mobility Solutions Leader within EY’s Consulting practice. He has over 20 years’ experience as a management consultant. Martin’s experience includes new business models, innovation, customer management, business...
Jane Hoffer is a proven technology leader with experience in startups, growth-stage companies and global enterprises. With her blend of engineering and sales background, she has led sales initiatives at global companies like IBM Corporation and...
Pedro started working at POLIS in 2019. He coordinates the Working Group for Governance & Integration, focused on policy-making for cutting-edge innovation, public participation, public-private dialogue, implementation of necessary but politically...