Mobility is a key economic driver: moving people and goods is at the core of a well-functioning and prosperous society. Increasing the efficiency and quality of a country’s mobility system helps support a stronger economy and a higher standard of living for its citizens.
The emergence of new mobility offerings over the last decade, such as ride-hailing, car-sharing and electric scooters, has allowed urban dwellers a chance to rethink their transportation choices.
Mobility as a service is an alternative to private vehicle ownership; travellers should be able to order a ride to wherever they need to go, at the time they need and in whatever size or type of vehicle meets their needs. Under the MaaS paradigm, the entire transportation system functions as a cooperative, interconnected system to meet travellers’ needs through a variety of transport modes.
The automotive industry is shifting into gear as a broader definition of mobility takes hold. Driven by autonomous driving, connected cars, electrified vehicles, and smart mobility trends.
Will Mobility startups offering alternative solutions for ‘getting around’ can flourish in the current technology-driven, shared economy? Is COVID-19 a threat to Mobility Startups? Come and learn, how entrepreneurs are turning this pandemic into an opportunity.specially designed for Founders.