How Micromobility Startups Win Permits and Influence Cities
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It’s no secret that regulatory compliance is top of mind for shared scooter and bike startups these days. Micromobility operators are competing intensely to win a shrinking number of city permits, trying to stand out based on their equity, sustainability, accessibility, efficiency, and safety records.
Join us for this timely webinar, we’ll discuss how micromobility companies can align their market entry strategies with policymakers' evolving priorities to succeed in a fragmented regulatory environment.
Why you should attend
- Learn how IoT connectivity can help you win more city permits across markets
- Understand common mistakes that cost time and money when applying for permits
- See how you can stand out to regulatory agencies as a safe, equitable, and sustainable shared micromobility provider
Meet Your Speakers
Chief Revenue Officer at Particle
Rinus Strydom is a B2B cloud executive at Particle with a passion for channel sales, enterprise sales, and go-to-market strategy. At Tradeshift, he spearheaded the company's global alliance program which includes 15 alliance team members, 200 global partners, and 50% of the company's total revenue coming via channels.
Prior to joining Tradeshift, Rinus was Chief Marketing Officer for Hubwoo, a French publicly traded B2B supply chain firm. In that role, he was responsible for the SAP channel which drove 70% of the company's revenue. Prior to that, Rinus performed sales and channel management roles at Ariba, Perfect Commerce, Commerce One, and SAP America
Avra van der Zee
VP of Strategy at Superpedestrian
Avra oversee expansion and partnerships for Superpedestrian, bringing the company's sustainable and intelligent electric vehicles to city streets across the globe. Avra is a new mobility leader, change agent, and sustainability advocate who advises social impact companies across all stages of growth. She was Chief Strategy Officer and GC of JUMP, leading the mobility company's growth from seed stage to strategic acquisition by Uber. Following the sale, she ran global market entry for Uber's New Mobility division, successfully launching electric bikes and scooters in dozens of markets.
Co-host of The Micromobility Podcast
Oliver Bruce is an analyst and investor who explores the disruptive potential of lightweight electric vehicles through his work as the co-host of the Micromobility Podcast and Conference. Based in New Zealand, he is also an Edmund Hillary Fellow, supporting global impact ventures.
Sr. Business Development Manager at Ride Report
Dana Bacharach is the Sr Business Development Manager at Ride Report, the leading shared mobility management platform. Dana helps onboard cities and operator partners to the company’s platform, bringing efficiency and transparency to all stakeholders. With a deep understanding of the particular needs of public agencies, Dana helps ensure the interaction with and implementation of Ride Report is seamless. Prior to Ride Report, Dana served as Sr Account Manager at moovel North America, the industry leader in MaaS. Dana holds an MBA from The University of Edinburgh and a BA from Barnard College/Columbia University.