2022 Roadmap: Where Is Micromobility Going Next?
January 26, 2022 at 11am PST | Register Now
In the past year, the rebound of micromobility after the pandemic lull has brought back discussions about the many ways it can impact urban life.. Between ride sharing solutions, private fleets, and last-mile delivery, the market has witnessed significant growth as micromobility offers a more sustainable and convenient point-to-point transformation.
Within the last few weeks, many top mobility players such as Lime and Zoomo had raised hundreds of millions of dollars. A recent merger by Bird also brought over $400 million, part of which will launch in new cities. This inspiring news signals investors' confidence in micromobility.
As more people reside in urban areas globally, and cities are dealing with pollution and jammed streets, it’s becoming an increasingly urgent need for cities, operators, and citizens to take micromobility seriously.
Over 120 micromobility service providers worldwide are paying close attention to this market, which is projected to be worth between $200B - $300B by 2030. As we've reached the end of 2021, understanding the upcoming trends in this industry to get a handle on the opportunities that will make your business stand out is essential.
Join us as we talk about where micromobility is heading and the trends that will define the landscape in the coming year.
What you'll learn
- What are current micromobility trends, and how will they affect the industry in 2022.
- Why 2022 is the year to grow your micromobility business - What opportunities might surface in the micromobility field in 2022？
- How to better prepare for the upcoming opportunities, and how to make your business stand out in this field.
CEO/Co-Founder at Lattis
Jack holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of South Florida, an M.S. in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida, and Advanced Program Management degree from Stanford University. His professional experience includes founding Lattis, a software platform for micromobility, developing military helicopters for Sikorsky Aircraft, armored vehicles for BAE Systems, commercial airplanes with the Boeing Company, and smartphones with Motorola. Jack was also a NASA Astronaut Corp finalist in 2013.
Senior Enterprise Account Executive at Particle
Cole Turay has spent his career in Sales and Business Development, leading and executing the Go-to-Market strategy for emerging technology companies. He's eager to share personal and customer stories about carving out, and winning, niche segments in nascent markets and how his perspective has evolved over the last 4 years at Particle. Feel free to reach out to Cole via LinkedIn to collaborate and bring connected IoT solutions to market.
Program Manager on the Transportation Program at the ClimateWorks Foundation
Lina Fedirko is a Program Manager on the Transportation Program at the ClimateWorks Foundation, where she is working to advance a sustainable, affordable, and zero emissions mobility system for people and goods movement. Lina leads research and strategy on sustainable battery supply chains, urban mobility and transport decarbonization in Indonesia. She also leads organizational thinking on behavior change and sustainable lifestyles. Lina’s research and programmatic work to date has focused on urban climate change and transportation policy globally. Prior to joining ClimateWorks, Lina contributed low-carbon policy research to Climate Change and Cities, Second Assessment Report of the Urban Climate Change Research Network (UCCRN), and advanced programs on transportation, access, and climate at several New York state non-profits. Lina earned an MS in Urban Policy Analysis and Sustainability Strategies from the New School University. She holds a BFA from Pratt Institute. Lina is a native Ukrainian speaker.
NABSA’s Executive Director
Sam Herr has been NABSA’s Executive Director since 2017. As a mobilities professional working at the intersection of climate and equity, she has been working in the field of shared micromobility since 2012. She has held positions with the City of Boston, Bicycle Coalition of Maine, and as a mobilities researcher. She holds a BA in Anthropology and a MA in Geography.