07th May 2019
We are looking forward to welcome amazing international speakers to talk about electric cars, bikes, scooters and all other electric vehicles. We want to talk about the future of mobility which is not only shaped by the type of drive but also by a transforming idea of mobility in general.
Are we all going to drive electric in a couple of years?
Are we still going to drive our cars on our own in the future?
Does it still make sense to own a car?
Shouldn’t we all share our cars and vehicles to make traffic and mobility more efficient?
Experts are going to talk about new technologies, trends and developments.
Become part of the 48forward-Community and get to know like-minded people that are open to share knowledge.
The number of attendees is limited to 150 people – to ensure an intimate atmosphere.
Stay tuned: We are going to announce more and more speakers in the next weeks.
More information on the schedule are going to be released within the upcoming weeks.
Do we really still need to own a car? Or is carsharing the future of urban mobility? Wouldn't it be better to choose the perfect car model for each use case? Let's discuss those questions with some real experts when it comes to new mobility concepts!
Katharina Wagner is a passionate mobility expert with 6+ years’ experience in the sharing economy. In the past 1,5 years Katharina has co-founded and built the innovative zone-based car sharing concept Oply which launched in 3 cities within 1 year. Before Oply Katharina held the position of Head of Business Development Europe for car2go, Daimlers […]
Nico Gabriel joined SIXT November 2004 as an Operation Manager in the Franchise Department. From 2006 to 2008 Mr. Gabriel has been working as a Business Development Manager for the Sixt Franchise Partner in Sydney, Australia. Since Februar 2008 Mr. Gabriel has been in various roles within SIXT as Managing Director of a number of […]
Philipp-Maximilian Kemmler-Erdmannsdorffer is Manager Communications & Public Affairs at NIO GmbH. As company spokesman, he is responsible for all internal and external corporate communications for Europe, as well as for maintaining political relations. Prior to this, he worked as a consultant at Concilius AG in the transport and automotive sector, and as personal adviser to […]
The 48forward Mobility Day will take place in Munich, Germany.
We will announce the location within the upcoming weeks.
Book your ticket now and become part of our 48forward Mobility Day!
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