Conflict and Innovation in Large Scale Shared Mobility Projects

Date: Wed Feb 22, 2017
Time: 5:00 - 6:00 PM - Dinner
           5:30 - 7:15 PM - Keynote
           7:30 - 8:30 PM - AGM Meeting
Venue: Fairmont Hotel Vancouver,  900 West Georgia St. (15th Floor)

Cost: $45 Members (must login to receive member discount)
  $60 Non-Members
  $70 Late Registration (Late Registration fee starts on Feb 20, 9:00 AM) SOLD OUT

 

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Salad: Salad of Organic Greens , Heirloom Tomatoes, Watermelon Radish, Green Peppercorn Dressing
Main:
Parmesan Crusted Maple Woods Farm Chicken , Herb Polenta, Local Vegetables , Natural Jus
Dessert:
Valhrona Hazelnut Cheesecake , Graham Cracker Streusel , Stout Anglaise

 

2 PDUs available - 1Strategic and 1 Technical PDUs

 

About this session

What started in the late forties by the tenants of a housing cooperative in Switzerland has now reached the masses. Anybody you talk to today has heard of Uber, Zipcar or car2go and many understand the shared mobility user experience of each. It’s difficult to overstate the enormity of the change as vehicle manufacturer, public transit agencies and municipalities grapple with the change and innovate new methods of moving people around town.

For almost a decade, Sandra Phillips has helped organizations to innovate combining state of the art technology with great customer service to build the next generation of transportation. She grew car2go’s business from 0 to 1,000 vehicles, 50,000 members and 15 Mio revenue/year in 2 years or worked with BMW to launching and growing ReachNow, their answer today’s urban mobility needs).

The Road to Success was however not straight: there were speed bumps when convincing municipalities, detours when building technology solutions and communication loops. But if with an engine called perseverance, a GPS indicating your alternatives and a driver called will power, shared mobility has entered the mass market.

Participants will walk away from this presentation with William Ury’s key concept on conflict management and real-life examples and learnings from an industry where traditional waterfall oriented car manufacturers collide with agile technology startups.

 

Presenter

Sandra Phillips, MA, CEO of movmi, former Canadian Director of car2go and Chief Customer Officer ReachNow, carsharing by BMW

Sandra Phillips

Sandra is known for successfully establishing start up and new ventures and leading them to success. In 2010 she found her niche in shared mobility: Her customer centric approach, her laser sharp focus on optimised operations and her drive to succeed results in hundreds of thousand people that move around town in a more efficient and sustainable way.

Sandra is the founder and CEO of movmi Shared Transportation Services, a small boutique agency that is specialised in Shared Mobility Architecture: the design and building of new shared mobility ventures.

Sandra is a certified Project Management Professional, holds a Master of Arts from University of Zurich with a focus on human-computer interaction , and a business administration diploma from Business School of Lenzburg. She has been granted her an MBA with a concentration in management by the TrusteFoundation. Sandra speaks multiple languages fluently.

Event Properties

Event Date 02-22-2017 5:00 pm
Event End Date 02-22-2017 8:30 pm
Registration Start Date 01-20-2017 3:00 pm
Cut off date 02-17-2017 10:55 am
Individual Price $60.00
Late Fee $10.00(From 02-20-2017)
Location
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
900 W Georgia St (Ballroom), Vancouver, BC V6C 2W6, Canada
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