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Our audience of over 200 is among the most knowledgeable on the subject of mobility. Still, Lukas was able to stir their curiosity and concern with regard to the potential scale of the ongoing transformation… with a very interesting and insightful presentation, presented in a very engaging way.
Lukas was a keynote speaker at our mobility conference. He did an excellent job in embarking our audience of over 700 on a journey to the future of mobility with a thought provoking story. His passionate performance kept the audience engaged and entertained. And most importantly his message was mind-opening, which allows us to work with our clients to look together to solutions for the future he illustrates.
Lukas brings significant insights into the mobility-of-the-future market. His speaking style is engaging and interactive, his knowledge of the market high and his gut-feel on future developments is rarely matched. We are looking forward to more collaboration.
Lukas skillfully hosted two key panels at the TU-Automotive Connected Car Insurance Europe event in London. His deep understanding of mobility and insurance ensured that both the attendees and panelists had excellent takeaways.
Lukas joined us as a keynote speaker at the Automotive Leaders Summit Liverpool. He fully engaged our industry-packed audience with an energetic, knowledgeable and passionate insight into the future of mobility and possible scenarios for consideration. With much skill, he introduced delegates to the “flip side” of the traditional automotive models and opened their minds to the many alternatives on the horizon. The team at Three6Zero were delighted to work with Lukas and hope to do so again in the future
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