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            EcoMotion Week 2019 - smart mobility breakfast seminar (London)

            Join DWF and EcoMotion for 'Towards the Tipping Point' – a smart mobility breakfast seminar. On-demand mobility, ridesharing, and electric vehicles are becoming common in most developed cities. This event is also taking place in Paris and Munich.
            DWF | London

            13 May 2019 08:30
            13 May 2019 11:30

            DWF London
            20 Fenchurch Street
            EC3M 3AG

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            Autonomous shuttles are being tested while cities are starting to grasp the potential of smart mobility and the data it can provide to meaningfully improve people's lives.

            For the past seven years, EcoMotion Week has brought together the world’s leading companies in the Smart Transportation sector.

            In 2019, DWF is partnering with EcoMotion, UK Tech Hub, Tadmor Levy & Co, Business France and Invest in Bavaria to host three events where high-level business is conducted in a grounded atmosphere, and where industry leaders, C-level executives, startups, and policymakers meet to explore new synergies

            These events will provide an opportunity to network and interact, and will include the following speakers and themes.


            This event is also taking place in Paris (view here >and Munich (view here >). To register, please visit the respective event pages.

            08:30 - 09:00 Registration & Light Breakfast

            09:00 - 09:15 Welcoming Words

            09:15 - 09:45 Towards the Tipping Point - EcoMotion Week 2019, EcoMotion

            09:45 - 10:15 5x5 Pitch: Five Startups, Five Minutes

            10:15 - 10:45 Smart mobility – Recent regulatory and investment developments in Europe vs. Israel,

            DWF & Tadmor Levy & Co.

            10:45 - 11:30 Networking & Mimosas

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