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Thursday, May 19 • 4:15pm - 4:45pm
Platforms for mobility: overcoming growing-pains

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Last few years have seen the emergence of disruptive business models and services in the realm of mobility. Some of them have attracted a growing public and media attention. They sometimes spurred concern among regulators, legacy stakeholders and even consumers.
How do these platforms handle their exponential growth. How high is the sky they consider their only limit to growth? How much impact should we expect from such business models? What are the conditions to a balanced sharing of benefits between consumers, platforms, service providers and society?

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Marie-Xavière Wauquiez

Mobility and Logistic Project Manager, Paris and Co
Fascinated by mobility issues , I started my career as an engineer in the field of air pollution. Two years ago, I developed an expertise in the taxi industry schemes facing the digital revolution. Nowadays, I am the project manager of an innovation program about sustainable urban... Read More →

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Verena Butt d'Espous

Corporate Communications, BlaBlaCar
Passionate about social impact, Verena spent ten years working in sustainable finance before joining BlaBlaCar in 2014 as Corporate Communications. Verena holds an MBA from INSEAD and a BSc in Government and Economics from the London School of Economics. BlaBlaCar is the world leading... Read More →
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Paulin Dementhon

CEO and Founder, Drivy
Founded Drivy 5 year ago, and trying to turn it into the #1 solution to drive a car
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Teddy Pellerin

CEO, Heetch
After graduating from Supélec, Teddy started his career by working for several startups from the solar energy sector. In 2011, he joined a friend from Supélec in Morocco who has launched a local Groupon. For 2 years, they develop the company together, and early 2013, Teddy came... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 4:15pm - 4:45pm CEST