The twentieth century was the century of the automobile; the twenty-first will see mobility dramatically re-envisioned. Automobiles altered cityscapes, boosted economies, and made personal mobility efficient and convenient for many. We had a century-long love affair with the car. But today, people are more attached to their smartphones than their cars. Cars are not always the quickest mode of travel in cities; and emissions from the rapidly growing number of cars threaten the planet. This is likely to change in near future for automobile industry.
This paradigm change poses several questions:
Questions abound but the answers are not clear. This conference brings together a group of distinguished practitioners with deep experience in the automotive sector to shed light on these and related questions.
Group Executive Chairman at NADICORP Holdings Sdn Bhd
Chairman at Celeris Technologies
Former Managing Director L.E.K Consulting, Boston Consulting Group (BCG) of Nanyang Technological University
President & Dean at Asia School of Business (ASB)
Vice President, Planning Solutions at IHS Automotive
CEO & Rector of Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation
Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara Malaysia
Jalan Dato Onn 2
Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia