Travel and Mobility
Forum

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Buenos Aires
May 28th, 2020
London
June 19th, 2020
Singapore
July 21st, 2020

Mobility has exploded but there is very little out there about what that means for the travel industry in particular - how does a corporate regulate ground transportation in a rideshare crazy world? How does an OTA integrate with Uber? How are superapps starting to address travel and mobility use-cases for their users as they traipse around the world. Why does Mobility as a Service or “MaaS” matter for travel industry players?

Future Events

Buenos Aires

May 28th, 2020 at Palacio Duhau

The Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt was built on an Alvear Avenue lot belonging to Alejandro Hume, a railway executive of English Argentine background.

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London

June 19th, 2020 at London Transit Museum

The London Transport Museum seeks to conserve and explain the transport heritage of Britain’s capital city.

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Singapore

July 21st, 2020 at The Vending Space

The Vending Space, is located in the worlds first iconic ‘Car Vending Machine' building in Singapore.

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Our Themes

Theme #1
A Tale of Two Cities
The ground transportation landscape is divided into two worlds.
The Innovators

These providers provide amazing technology, efficient routing, and low prices, but might fall short when it comes to SLAs, customer service (they often don’t have call centres), legal compliance and reliability - they are not going to wait for your CEO at the airport when his flight is late.

The Traditionalists

These providers provide high-quality service with very specific vehicle and SLA guarantees, but may lag when it comes to tech, and quality comes at a price

Theme #2
A MobilityUse-case in Travel

Major OTAs and airlines are starting to sell ground transportation, integrate on-demand content, and demand a solution for the “last mile” problem.

A Travel Use-case in Mobility

Major ride share and taxi partners are forging roaming agreements and are more and more interested in making sure their users have alternatives abroad.

Theme #3
The Rise of SuperApps:
Food Delivery, Banking, Mapping apps are all trying to become one-stop shops for urban services.
Theme #4
Corporate Control of Ground
Ground transportation RFPs are skyrocketing as corporates realize they have no control over an increasingly important percentage of their travel spend.

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