Vice President - Consulting, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
Benny Daniel, Vice President – Consulting with Frost & Sullivan’s Mobility practice, brings with him over 10 years of automotive consulting expertise, with particular expertise covering – R&D Benchmarking; Competitive intelligence and benchmarking; Market Entry and Route to Market Strategy for Glass Manufacturers in Autonomous World; New business model formulation and growth implementation strategy and Pre-due diligence evaluation. Regarded as a domain expert in the electric vehicle market, and automotive R&D benchmarking at a global level, his business model on E-Mobility is globally used by several leading OEMs and utilities. Benny, a recipient of the Best Consultant of the Year Award for four consecutive years (2009-2012), is known for his ability to understand client requirements and work as an engagement leader and has been the key speaker at several Electric Vehicles and Automotive theme based symposiums.
Partner & Business Unit Leader, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
Franck Leveque currently is Mobility Business Unit Leader as well as Partner with Frost & Sullivan. He had been executing the function of the Mobility Practice Director for Europe, Israel and Africa since 2010. In 2016, he additionally took on the Interim Management of the Americas Business Unit within Frost & Sullivan. Prior to this, he held several functions within Frost & Sullivan such as Director of the Automation & Electronics Business Unit from 2009 to 2010, Consulting Director of the Mobility Business Unit from 2007 to 2008 as well as Programme Director and Project Manager between 2001 and 2006.Before joining Frost & Sullivan, Mr. Leveque worked as a Junior Consultant VMTC, a communication consultancy in the UK.By education, Mr. Leveque has a Bachelor Business Management degree from Oxford.
Dr. Julia E. Saini
Global Vice President, Mobility - Aftersales and Retail, Frost & Sullivan
Julia Saini joined Frost & Sullivan in April 2001 and is one of the founding members of the European Automotive & Transportation Practice. In her current role as Vice President, Mobility, she is responsible for leading Frost & Sullivan’s Global Aftersales and Retail Programme Area, with a strong focus on digitisation, eCommerce and new business models. Julia is highly experienced in leading global strategy engagements with a strong focus on project excellence and unconditional client satisfaction. Julia is trilingual and holds a Master (LLB, LLM) and Doctorandus in Law (Dr.).
Managing Partner, Frost & Sullivan
Sarwant Singh is Managing Partner and Regional Leader for the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region at Frost & Sullivan. In addition to these roles, he is also the company’s Global Head of the Mobility, Aerospace, Defence & Security Practice. He is also the leader and founder of a think tank group within the organisation that works on future Mega Trends. Sarwant consults to clients like Ford, Philips, BMW, Fiat group, Nissan, Toyota, UNIDO, Fincantieri and many other high profile organisations leveraging his Mega Trends and Future of Mobility work. He is author of a book titled, “New Mega Trends” launched in Oct 2012 with Palgrave Macmillan has since been sold in over 30 countries and recently been translated into Chinese for a local China market release. Sarwant is a member of the World Economic Forum Transportation group and writes for Forbes. He sits on advisory boards of Nissan, ATI, Leeds University Business School and a few start ups.
Co-founder, Bolt(formerly Taxify)
Martin Villig is the co-founder of Bolt (formerly Taxify), the leading European on-demand transportation platform with more than 25 million passengers in over 30 countries. Martin has been an entrepreneur for 20 years, and started and sold his first startup in 1998-1999. He has previously held management positions at Skype, Fortumo and NASDAQ Tallinn Stock Exchange.
He is a leading figure in the Estonian startup community, having co-founded Estonian Startup Leaders Club and Garage48 Foundation, which organizes hackathons across Europe. In 2018, Martin co-founded a €1m foundation to kickstart new education initiatives in Estonia. Martin and Markus Villig have been awarded E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year in Estonia 2018.
CEO, Kreisel Electric GmbH & Co KG
Markus, the 2nd of the three Kreisel brothers, was always inspired by the idea of making road mobility more efficient and environmentally friendly. Creating regional value and reducing the carbon footprint to protect the environment has always been of paramount importance to him. His daily journey through an untouched natural landscape soon led to ambitions to keep the emissions as low as possible, without sacrificing driving pleasure. Markus Kreisel is CEO of Kreisel Electric GmbH & Co KG since 2014 with his brothers Johann and Philipp. He is responsible for sales, finance, marketing and public relations at Kreisel.
As a solution provider Kreisel offers comprehensive solutions for the energy revolution. Kreisel is known for their development of the most-efficient battery storage packs for e-mobility as well as stationary storage systems. Frost & Sullivan awarded the company the world’s best battery technology in July 2017. Kreisel Electric has been awarded among others with the first Austrian World Summit Innovation Award and Klimaschutzpreis.
Edwin M. Colella
VP Mobility Sales & Marketing, Omoove, An Octo Company
Edwin Maria Colella, was born in 1969, studied at the Military Academy of Modena and the Application School, and then graduated from Turin State University with a degree in Computer Science. He started his career in the Italian Army as an Officer of the Transmissions, and then continue at KPMG Consulting in France and Italy as a Director Media Advisory Services. Edwin previously held the role of Global Marketing Director at Ferrari, where he was responsible for the marketing activities in Maranello and in foreign markets, he moved later at the IWC Schaffhausen in Switzerland serving as Global Communication Director. He is currently VP Mobility Sales & Marketing in Omoove wholly-owned by Octo Telematics, specializes in providing integrated technology solutions in support of the Sharing Mobility Operators.
Industry Principal, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
Shwetha Surender leads the New Mobility team at Frost & Sullivan, providing detailed market research and consulting advice on these topic areas. Shwetha is a recognised thought leader on urban mobility, smart mobility and the future of transport, and worked with leading OEMs, tier 1 suppliers and other key stakeholders to identify and quantify the growth potential of new mobility business models, and how to implement and realise these commercial opportunities.
Managing Director, InMotion Ventures(JLR)
Sebastian Peck is Managing Director of InMotion Ventures, Jaguar Land Rover’s mobility business and corporate venture capital arm.Sebastian started his career at the Boston Consulting Group and later joined the TMT advisory team of UBS Investment Bank, providing corporate finance services for telecoms, media and technology clients.For the past seven years, Sebastian has been involved in early-stage technology businesses as an investor and operator. As CFO / COO of Digital Science, a fast-growing provider of scientific software, he successfully built a business with corporate backing from the ground up. He also established Digital Science as a leading corporate VC, developing its signature investment approach and completing more than fifty early-stage transactions.Sebastian holds an MA in History from the University of Cambridge, an MSc with Distinction in Philosophy and Public Policy from the London School of Economics, and an MBA from London Business School. He is married and lives with his wife and daughter in South-West London.
Ozgur is the newly appointed CEO of Oxbotica, responsible for driving the strategy to deliver Oxbotica’s ‘Universal Autonomy’ vision globally with customers and deployments across industries where autonomy will be a key enabler.
He spearheads a highly experienced and diverse leadership team, comprising of some of the leading figures in robotics, mobility and autonomy.
Ozgur was previously CEO of Tantalum, the connected car services and payments provider. During his leadership between 2017 and 2018, he drove the deployment of Tantalum’s connected car software as a service (SaaS) platform, launching services across the US with tier one automotive and telco customers.
Prior to that, he was responsible for Ericsson’s digital and IoT business across Europe, leading major digital transformation programmes in customer experience management, network virtualisation and transformation. He has over 20 years’ experience managing the development and implementation of complex software solutions within the automotive, smart mobility, telecoms and digital industries.
Senior Partner, Frost & Sullivan
Dorman Followwill’s inspirational leadership and contributions to the global Frost & Sullivan team have accounted for outstanding performance in regional EIA sales and profit as a Partner, Director and Executive Committee member for the Europe, Israel, and Africa region, in 2008 and 2009, as well as record profitability in the Healthcare business unit in North America from 2002-2005. Dorman has played a leading role in some of the largest consulting engagements in the history of the firm, including ongoing projects with Bayer Biologicals and Philips, and key projects with Merck Chemicals, Montagu Private Equity, and Novartis. He also supports several key sales and new business development initiatives in EIA. Dorman has a B.A. in The Management of Organisations from Stanford University and currently resides in Oxford, U.K., with his family.
VP of Marketing and Alliances, Ridecell
Mark Thomas is the VP of Marketing and Alliances at Ridecell and is responsible for marketing Ridecell, the world’s leading platform to launch, operate and scale new car and ride sharing mobility services. Prior to joining Ridecell, Thomas headed the connected car marketing team at Cisco Jasper, where he developed the product and go-to-market strategies for automotive OEMs. Prior to Cisco, Mark led product marketing at HERE, a leading automotive maps company. In addition, Mark served in marketing, strategy, and business development roles at Apple and Nokia. Mark holds a B.A. from University of California, Berkeley, and an M.B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business.
Chief of Cities and Communities Officer, Cabify
Issac is a Chartered Economist and Trade Expert. LL.M. (Master of Law) from Autonomous University of Madrid. He was President of Ineco between February 2017 and October 2018, General Director for Internationalization in Icex (July 2012/February 2017), General Director of Corporate Services also in Icex from January to July 2012. Previously, he was the Economic and Commercial advisor to the Embassies of Spain in Ankara (Turkey), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia).Additionally, he is also a visiting professor for the MBA program at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. He was a member of the Executive Committee of the OEME (Observatory of the Spanish Multinational Company) of ESADE; and Non-Executive Director of CDTI (Center for Technological and Industrial Development) and Cofides. He is also an Associate Member of the Club of Rome.
Global Motor Industry Correspondent, Financial Times
Peter Campbell is the Financial Times’ Global Motor Industry Correspondent, based in London but with a global remit. He leads the FT’s coverage of the industry, online and in print, and works with a team of local correspondents around the world to cover the major car makers, industry trends and technological breakthroughs.Prior to this, he covered technology and UK company news for the FT. He has previously written about media, telecoms, technology, industry and tax, and was named Young Journalist of the Year at the British Press Awards for 2014.Mr Campbell holds a BA in Politics from the University of York.
Steven Paul Schwinke
Global Head, Connected Vehicles, Tech Mahindra
Mr. Steve Schwinke is an Industry recognized expert in Connected Vehicle Technology. He recently joined the Tech Mahindra Family and supports global opportunities in the Connected Vehicle space and operates out of Detroit. He joined Tech Mahindra after spending 22 years as an Executive at General Motors/OnStar and was elected to the Executive Board of Directors of the Telecommunication Industry Association.
As an original member of the OnStar team he developed many of the industry first products and services. Mr. Schwinke has been awarded 30 patents involving telecommunications, telematics and navigation and recently completed work on 9 patent filings relating to 5G technology.
Steve was responsible for the design, development and operation of GM’s over the air software delivery platform that re-flashed over 50 million customer vehicles. Additionally, he managed the development and operations of a vehicle data platform that collected and analyzed over 3 billion data elements daily from customer vehicles. Some of the new products he developed included the first Remote Link app that launched on the Volt, in-vehicle apps and a private automotive app shop, the first 4G LTE vehicle demonstrated at CES, OnStar’s first three button telematics unit and Stolen Vehicle Slowdown service. He was also responsible for the connectivity strategy of GM’s AV program and worked directly with the leadership at Cruise Automation.
Mr. Schwinke holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and Master of Science in Wireless Communication Systems degree from Santa Clara University. His cultural values include obsessively building trust, delivering on commitments, constructive conflict and recognizing others
Eugene Tsyrklevich is the founder and CEO of Parkopedia.Founded in 2007, Parkopedia is the world’s leading parking service provider used by millions of drivers and organizations such as Audi, Apple, BMW, Coyote, Daimler, Ford, Garmin, GM, Jaguar, Land Rover, Peugeot, Sygic, TomTom, Toyota, Volkswagen, Volvo and many others.Parkopedia allows drivers to find parking in thousands of cities, tells them how much it will cost and whether the space is available. Parkopedia also allows drivers to pay for parking online, through a mobile app and in-car.Prior to launching Parkopedia, Eugene started his own computer security firm in the late 90’s, which went on to develop an award winning security product. He has also worked at various technology startups and financial institutions across North America and Europe.Eugene holds both a Bachelor and a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of California, San Diego.
Group Chief Economist, BP PLC
BP’s group chief economist, Spencer Dale, is responsible for advising the board and executive team on economic drivers and trends in global energy.
Role at BP:
Spencer Dale is group chief economist of BP plc. He manages BP’s global economics team, providing economic input into the firm’s commercial decisions. BP’s economics team also produces the annual Statistical Review of World Energy and Global Energy Outlook.
Spencer Dale joined BP as group chief economist in October 2014. Prior to that, he was executive director for financial stability at the Bank of England and a member of the Financial Policy Committee. Between 2008 and 2014, Spencer was chief economist of the Bank of England and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee. Spencer joined the Bank of England in 1989 and served in numerous roles, including private secretary to Mervyn King and head of economic forecasting. Spencer served as a senior advisor at the US Federal Reserve Board of Governors between 2006 and 2008.
He was educated at the University of Wales, gaining a BSc in Economics in 1988 and at the University of Warwick, gaining an MSc in Economics in 1989, whereupon he immediately joined the Bank of England.
Head of Advanced Mobility, BP PLC
Roy Williamson is Vice President Advanced Mobility, BP PLC
Roy has an honours business degree from Heriot-Watt university and started his career in Unilever as a graduate trainee in Finance. After qualifying as a Chartered Management Accountant he transferred to Marketing and spent 15 years in brand management and commercial roles in Unilever in the UK; Middle East, US and Africa building brands and businesses in personal care, detergents and food.
He joined BP in 2002 as Marketing Director for Castrol Europe, was promoted to head up passenger car and motorcycle brands globally before founding Castrol innoVentures in 2012, a corporate venture and innovation unit focused on building disruptive technologies and developing new business models. Roy developed Castrol’s future strategy and represented BP on several start-up boards as well as holding a range of advisory positions including for a major Pharmaceutical business. In late 2016 he moved to lead BP’s Downstream unit focused on building businesses in Mobility and Bio spaces to further develop BP’s position in a low carbon future. Since 2018 he has been leading BP’s entry into Electrification and Advanced Mobility services globally as Vice President Advanced Mobility. This has recently included the acquisition of Chargemaster in the UK and several investments and partnerships in China, UK and the US.
Roy is passionate about innovation and new business development in both B2B and B2C environments. He is married with 2 children and a keen sailor and skier as well as an enthusiastic, if mostly frustrated, Scotland Rugby supporter.
Global Practice Manager – Automotive, AWS Professional Services
Jon Allen is Amazon Web Services (AWS) Professional Services Automotive Global Practice Manager. He leads a team focused on enabling AWS customers to build their IOT, analytics, and cloud capabilities across the automotive industry from connected cars to smart factories. Prior to joining AWS, Jon was a Director at Booz Allen Hamilton managing its Commercial Automotive and Manufacturing practice and led the creation of and served as the first Executive Director of the Automotive Information Sharing & Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC), the industry’s first cyber threat and vulnerability information-sharing consortium. Before joining Booz Allen’s commercial practice, he was a member of the leadership team reestablishing the firm’s enterprise risk and cyber business in the Middle East. For his first nine years at Booz Allen he supported U.S. Government clients within the defense and intelligence agencies developing resiliency and risk capabilities to protect U.S. critical infrastructures.
Prior to joining Booz Allen, Jon served as a U.S. Army infantry officer with assignments in Georgia, Korea, Washington D.C., and Texas, which included serving as the senior Army social aide to President Clinton and commanding an infantry company with the 1st Calvary Division. Jon received his B.A. from Norwich University, an M.A. in security studies from Georgetown University. He is the current Chairman for Norwich University’s Board of Fellows.
Program Manager - Connectivity & Telematics, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
Krishna Jayaraman is a Program Leader with Frost & Sullivan, focusing on Connected Cars and Automotive IoT. He has been leading connected vehicle research & consulting engagements out of Europe, with his thought leadership spanning topics including Data Monetization, In-vehicle digital services, Cyber security and IoT Platforms. Authored studies in areas of in-vehicle infotainment, human machine interface (HMI), Telematics and Connectivity and has featured in the MIT technology review and other top automotive publications. Jayaraman is an Strategy advisor, a speaker/moderator and mentor at industry leading events; and holds a Degree in Mechanical Engineering specialising in automotive stream.
Head of Foresight, Transport for London (TfL)
Iain Macbeth is an expert on emerging trends and technologies in the transport sector. Currently the Head of Foresight at Transport for London (TfL), Iain sits at the nexus between transport solutions and the challenges that global cities face – population growth, economic and social issues, urban planning, and energy. His expertise covers drones, electric vehicles, connected and autonomous vehicles, as well as emerging models such as Mobility as a Service (MaaS), micromobility and car clubs.
Previously, Iain worked in a number of consultancies leading sustainable travel projects, DHL, and a large UK pharmacy chain where he was responsible for transport, security and development control at their head office campus. He is a member of several Advisory Boards and Panels in the UAM and Future Mobility sector, and also works with a number of European and International organisations such as POLIS, the OECD and ERTICO.
He is a former chair of the Chartered Institute of Highways & Transportation Sustainable Transport Panel, and was a Director and Company Secretary for the UK Association for Commuter Transport (ACT) and the Boots Benevolent Fund.
CEO, RIO The Logistics Flow
Since May 2018, Jan Kaumanns has been CEO of RIO, the digital brand of TRATON GROUP. The open and cloud-based RIO platform offers a variety of digital services for the entire transportation and logistics ecosystem. Previously, Kaumanns had been responsible for the RIO department platform, partners and strategy. From 2008 to 2017, Kaumanns was employed by the business consulting firm Bain & Company in various positions (latest as manager) where he was part of Bain’s automotive and corporate finance practice.
Jan Kaumanns was born in 1980, he is married and has one child. He holds a MBA from Columbia Business School in New York, a diploma in Mechanical Engineering and Management from the TU Berlin as well as a Master’s degree from Ecole Centrale Paris.
Co-founder & CEO, Otonomo
As founder and CEO of three successful companies, Ben brings an extensive track record and rich entrepreneurial experience. Prior to founding otonomo in 2015, Ben served for four years as a Business Unit General Manager at F5 Networks (NASDAQ:FFIV), which he joined after the acquisition of Traffix, where he was Co-Founder and as CEO. As the founder and CEO of Traffix, Ben has built a multi-million-dollar global business, working with partners and tier-1 service providers around the world. Before founding Traffix, Ben managed R&D groups in Sendo (UK), which provided advanced mobile data solutions. Prior to Sendo Ben has filled various roles in Panasonic Mobile Communications (UK), which included building their first European market products. Ben was also Co-founder of VC-backed Sedona Networks, a provider of advanced network solutions.
CEO & Co-Founder, FretLink
Passionate about entrepreneurship, Paul created a digital agency at 22 years old when he was still at ISG MBA courses. As he was running the agency, he met the owner of a trucking company that asked him to develop a Transport Management System (Software for trucking companies).
Then, he quickly identified the major issues the trucking industry was facing and saw there a huge opportunity to build a global solution, that answered those problematics and helped the industry’s actors thrive. That’s what led him to co-found Fretlink, by end 2015.
He today leads Fretlink as CEO and Co-Founder.
Chief Strategy Officer, Europcar Mobility Group
Aurélia Cheval is Chief Strategy Officer for Europcar Mobility Group, a major player in mobility markets. She joined the Group in 2015 to manage the Initial Public Offering and develop the investor relations. In 2017, she set up the Strategy Office to ensure on top of the definition of the Group Strategy its implementation through the Mergers & Acquisitions as well as through a reinforced Project Management Office to drive the execution of the group strategic programs in the fast evolving and exciting mobility world.
Today, the mission of Europcar Mobility Group is to be the preferred “Mobility Service Company” by offering alternative attractive solutions to vehicle ownership, with a wide range of mobility-related services: vehicle-rental, chauffeur services, car-sharing, scooter-sharing and peer-to-peer car-rental.
Chief Executive Officer, Toyota Connected Europe
Before leading Toyota Connected Europe, Agustin Martin served as president and CEO of Toyota Spain from January 2015, and led Toyota’s Mobility & Connected Car Function as Vice President at Toyota Motor Europe from January 2018. He joined Toyota in 1995 and build up experience in the areas of after-sales, product planning and marketing, both in Toyota Spain and Toyota Motor Europe (TME). In 2002, he was appointed General Manager of the Brand Department at Toyota España, a post he held until 2006, when he was appointed Marketing Director. In 2010 he returned to TME, where he held the position of General Manager of Product Planning. Two years later he became Marketing Director for the entire European market. Mr. Martin has a Masters degree in Business Studies, specializing in Marketing, from the University of Valencia (1987-1992). He was born in Valencia in 1969. Now, married and with two children, he is fond of traveling and sports, especially swimming and hiking.
Business Development & Marketing Leader, WABCO - EUROPE BVBA
Daniel Majewski has been with WABCO since 2017, leading the Business Development and Marketing in EMEA. He is involved in innovation and transformation in the transport and commercial vehicle industry related to autonomous driving, connectivity and electrification.
Through his career, Daniel has worked for General Electric, Philips and EATON in various leadership roles with strong experiences in Digitization, Product Development, Sales, Marketing and Quality. He holds a master degree in Economics from the University of Cologne, Germany, MBA from Vlerick Business School, Belgium and Leadership Courses from IMD, Swizerland.
Principal Consultant, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
Yeswant Abhimanyu is a Principal Consultant with Frost & Sullivan, focusing on Automotive Digitalisation & Mobility Data Businesses. He has been leading automotive research & consulting engagements out of Europe, Latin America and South Asia, with his thought leadership spanning topics including Digital Products & Connected Platforms, Data Use-Cases, Data Audits & Business Set-up, Digital UX, Digital KPIs and Platform-enabled mobility solutions. He works with conceptualising and building mobility data intelligence platforms that enable strategic decision making and development of future business roadmaps. These intelligence terminals offer end-to-end visibility and analysis of our evolving mobility landscape focusing on upstream and downstream mobility data. Abhimanyu is an advisory board member; a speaker at industry leading events; and holds a Masters Degree in Engineering Business Management, from The University of Warwick; and a BEng [Hons] in Mechatronic Engineering from The University of Nottingham.
Principal Consultant, Fleet & Leasing, Frost & Sullivan
Octavian Chelu leads the Fleet & Leasing team at Frost & Sullivan, tracking the evolution and development of the fleet & leasing market across 37 markets worldwide, as well as the detailed fleet segmentation analysis (powertrains, sales channels etc.) and mobility services evolution. With over 15 years experience in product and business development in different industries, his current consultancy expertise is focused on company car market and its financing types, mobility services development and dedicated consultancy projects based on specific OEM and financing companies needs.
Dr. Rainer Feurer
Senior Vice President Mobility and Energy Services, BMW Group
Dr. Rainer Feurer was born in Tailfingen/Germany in 1966. After his studies in Business Administration and International Management in London and Monterey (MBA) he received his Ph.D. in Strategy Formulation and Implementation at Cranfield University, UK, in 1994.
Before joining BMW in 1998, he gained experiences as a consultant. At BMW Group, the manager has filled various positions in strategic planning departments and took the position as Vice President Strategic Planning in 2005.
From 2007 to 2013 Dr. Feurer was responsible for the Global BMW Group Corporate Strategy as Senior Vice President and as such deeply involved in the strategic set-up of the BMW Group in China.
As Senior Vice President Sales Strategy and Steering, Customer Relations Dr. Feurer has significantly shaped the BMW Group’s future sales strategy from 2013 to 2019. For nine years, from 2008 until 2016, he has also been a Member of the Board of BMW Brilliance Automotive Ltd., the BMW Joint Venture in China.
As of April 1st Dr. Feurer took over Mobility and Energy Services as the Senior Vice President.
CEO, Siemens Mobility Limited
William Wilson, CEO at Siemens Mobility Limited, is an experienced and successful Senior Director, with varied and extensive General and Project Management, Commercial Contract Management experience, proven in P&L responsibility with excellent skills in project delivery, stakeholder and relationship management, dispute resolution, Sales and Manufacturing. Will has worked for Siemens since 2013 when Invensys Rail was acquired by the company and where he was Director of Business Development and Commercial. Prior to this he ran Siemens Mobility Plc.
A former Army Officer, in addition to his career within Siemens and Invensys Rail Will has a broad senior management career spanning over 25 years. This has included positions as Managing Director for Alstom Transport Information Systems and Managing Director of GE Transportation.
Jaap van den Hoek
Strategic Partnership Director, wejoView Bio
Jaap has over 20 years of experience in fleet telematics including over 8 years of experience working on strategic partnerships and alliances for connected car manufacturers including data and services acquisition. Currently he focuses on strategic partnerships for wejo for sales and business development.
House of LordsView Bio
Having been elected as a Member of the European Parliament for Cornwall and West Plymouth in 1994, Robin Teverson resided as Chief Whip of the European Liberal Democrats from 1997-1999. After this Robin was a Cornwall Councillor. In 2006, Robin was elected as a life Peer. He has since been working on topics including renewable energy and utilities, transport, climate change, economic affairs. He is currently chair of the House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee.
Lilian Greenwood MP
Chair of the House of Commons Transport Select Committee
Lilian Greenwood was elected as MP for Nottingham South in 2010, and was appointed to the Transport Select Committee in the same year. In 2011 Lilian became Shadow Local Transport Minister, before moving on to the role of Shadow Rail Minister in January 2013. Lilian was promoted to the Shadow Cabinet in September 2015, becoming Shadow Secretary of State for Transport, and retained the Transport brief until her resignation in June 2016. During this time Lilian campaigned successfully for the widening of the A453 and extensions to Nottingham’s tram network, and has been a strong advocate for electrification of the Midland Main Line. Since July 2017 Lilian has been Chair of the Transport Select Committee where she remains committed to ensuring that the needs of all transport users are addressed, particularly those whose voices are least heard by decision-makers.
Chief Operating Officer, Good Travel Software
Richard Doody is the Chief Operating Officer at Good Travel Software, the world’s leading mobility software platform for OEM’s, large multi-nationals, fleet management companies, car rental firms and private car share operators. Good Travel Software’s modular API driven software is designed with the flexibility to accommodate the needs of businesses with the minimum disruption. Prior to joining Good Travel Software Richard worked in international retail & distribution and the technology sector, as well as with a number of start-ups in Ireland. Richard holds a BE and a H-Dip in Software Design and Development from The National University of Ireland Galway.
Head of Urban Mobility, Daimler Mobility ServicesView Bio
Daniel Deparis is the Head of Urban Mobility of Daimler Mobility Services in Stuttgart, Germany.He is building inside the Daimler Mobility Services a new Entity called Urban Mobility Team with the purpose to join forces with big Cities and enhance smart mobility to make cities more livable.
He is married and father of 2 daughters. He is passionate about leadership and new ways of working and thinking.
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