Marc is participating at this years conference with an interesting topic;
“Future of Mobility: Likely Winners and Losers”
Covid-19 has profoundly impacted most aspects of our lives, including how and how much we move. As we deal with the crisis and prepare for a new normal, all stakeholders must take advantage of this unique opportunity to tackle global warming while we reboot mobility. In Europe, cities, countries and the EU are putting new policies in place to better align urban mobility with the Paris Accord. How will these policies, combined with changes in behavior, alter mobility as a whole?
Based in Palo Alto, in the heart of Silicon Valley, Marc Amblard is the founder and managing director of Orsay Consulting. An expert in the deep transformation of the mobility space, he provides advisory services focused on the four megatrends of mobility, i.e. electric, autonomous, connected and shared, to both corporate clients and startups. Marc assists established players with startup and technology scouting services (over 1700 companies in his proprietary database), corporate development, strategic advisory, executive briefings and public speaking. He also advises several startups both in Silicon Valley and in Europe.
Marc is deeply engaged in Silicon Valley’s mobility ecosystems, working closely with startups, VCs, emerging OEMs, tech giants, accelerators and corporate outposts. He often speaks at events and publishes a monthly newsletter on the mobility revolution as well as a landscape of the global autonomous driving ecosystem. Marc leverages 25+ years in senior positions in the automotive and rail industries, in Europe and the USA. He received a masters in engineering from Arts et Métiers, in Paris, France, and an MBA from the University of Michigan.