Don't miss the 6th of July the Webinar: Mobility in the Future

Watch live, on the 6th of July at 15h, the webinar on mobility in the future where the challenges and opportunities will be debated in this period of uncertainty that we are experiencing.

The new coronavirus pandemic has changed the world! The confinement that resulted from the current public health crisis has led to a huge reduction in cars in cities and automatically levels of pollution have decreased. In the months prior to the appearance of the pandemic in Europe, the automotive industry was going through a period of accelerated focus on electrification. Will this same focus continue to be present in a post-pandemic period? Could the public health crisis we are experiencing now accelerate the bet on sustainable mobility?

Organizations in various sectors of activity are likely to go through a complicated period in terms of liquidity, including the mobility and public transport sector. What are organizations doing to prepare for the future? These and other questions will be clarified in the webinar on mobility in the future.

The panel of this conversation will be composed by Pedro Carvalhas Coutinho, António Pires, António Oliveira Martins and Manuel Pina.

O Pedro Carvalhas Coutinho is Principal at EY-Parthenon, and leader in the Automotive and Transportation sector at EY Portugal. He has about 15 years of consulting experience in the areas of strategy and organization, in different sectors of activity in Europe, Latin America, and Africa. He joined EY in 2014, at the London office, to support the launch of the strategic advisory practice for Financial Services in the United Kingdom, and since May 2017 also supports the launch of our strategy area in Portugal. He has a degree in Economics from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

O António Pires he is COO / CTO, member of the Board of Directors of Carris. He is also a Mentor and Advisor at the business incubator STARTUP Lisboa and Professor at Porto Business School. He was a member of the Board of Directors of Transtejo and Metropolitano de Lisboa in 2016 and Master in supply chain management and logistics by Cranfiel School of Management in the United Kingdom.

O António Oliveira Martins is General Director of LeasePlan Portugal. He is Vice-President of ALF - Portuguese Leasing, Factoring and Renting Association. He has been with LeasePlan for more than 25 years, since 2001 as General Manager. Master in Management from ISEG - Lisbon School of Economics & Management.

O Manuel Pina is responsible for Uber in Portugal. At Uber for more than 5 years, initially as responsible for customer experience for Southern Europe before becoming responsible for the national market. In his career he also worked at Sonae in the area of ​​international expansion and holds a Master's degree from IE Business School in Spain in International Business.

We want to know your doubts and expectations in relation to this topic. For that, just participate, sending questions or comments to the email we put at your disposal: mobility_futuro@jornaleconomico.pt.

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