Innovative shared mobility and new mobility services can be found in several emerging economies and developing countries. The growing accessibility of increasingly high-performing mobile devices connect services, providers and users. Against this background, traditional and sectoral models of transport services are increasingly supplemented by shared mobility and new mobility services. Peer-to-peer (P2P) car and bike sharing are important components of these new services. However, they are currently controversially discussed.
We are kindly inviting you to the webinar “Shared Mobility and New Mobility Services” on 31st of January 2018, from 13:00 to 14:15 (UTC+1).
This webinar will provide insights in the work of shared mobility providers from Egypt and China. It is inspired by the joint publication “Reverse Innovation – Rethinking Urban Transport through Global Learning” by GIZ on behalf of BMUB and the German Environment Agency. The launch of the publication in September 2017 in Berlin started the discussion on the potential of (reverse) innovation. You can download the publication here.
We primarily address interested professionals (from urban development, mobility as well as foundations, research institutions) and government representatives, who want to learn more about the innovative potential of emerging and developing countries in the field of mobility.