Three days left to register for our workshop “Reverse Innovation: Rethinking Urban Transport through Global Learning” on 18th of September 2017 in Berlin
Our dialogue event “Reverse Innovation: Rethinking Urban Transport through Global Learning” is coming closer: On the 18th of September the German Environment Agency (UBA) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) are jointly hosting the international event.
In the context of the European Mobility Week (September 18th to 22nd 2017) the event aims at discussing innovative urban mobility developments from developing and emerging countries and their potential application for German cities. Thus, we offer a forum for exchange between cities, institutions and companies.
You can expect interesting presentations i.a. from Egypt (Samira Negm, Founder of Carpooling App Raye7), from Indonesia (Crystal Widjaja, SVP Business Intelligence of Go-Jek) and from India (Dr. Kalpana Viswanath, Co-Founder SafetiPin App).
In the following, a high-level panel discussion will be hosted whose panelists include i.a. Mayor Werner Spec (City of Ludwigsburg), Udo Hartmann (Daimler AG) and Robert Follmer (INFAS).
The president of the German Environment Agency, Ms. Krautzberger, as well as Mr. Dr. Beier, the Member of GIZ Management Board, will jointly open the workshop and kick-start the discussion.
Please register until 8th September here. The workshop is free of charge. Workshop language will be English.
More information on the agenda and the venue find here.
We look forward to seeing you!