A core assumption in the traditional automotive value chain is the behavior of the end user – individuals at the very end of the value chain who, by default, rely on a car for their transport needs.
However, a range of megatrends – including urbanization, the sharing economy, and app-based lifestyles – along with external shocks such as the coronavirus have upended this long-standing model.
Lukas and Frederic explore the shifting balance of power in the auto-mobility value chain and consider the crucial role of logistics in the development and transformation of the industry.
Access here (under the Fireside Chat The New Value Chain In Auto-Mobility tab) the recording of the keynote of Lukas delivered during the Auto-Mobility Digital Conference
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