Ready for our first virtual TC Sessions Mobility 2020? As we like to say, it’s not just one long webinar. We’re creating the quality production levels you’d expect from our IRL events (thanks, technology). This session spans two days — October 6-7 — to give you more time to take in the speakers, the interviews, the trends and the world-class networking.

We even overhauled CrunchMatch, our AI-powered networking platform, to help bridge the physical distance of a virtual conference. The platform helps you connect and schedule 1:1 video meetings with the people who align with your business goals. Who’s at the top your must-meet list? Investors, founders, engineers, R&D teams, manufacturing mavens, supply-chain experts? An upgraded algorithm makes matching and recommendations faster and more precise — and the more you use CrunchMatch the smarter it gets.

When you register for TC Sessions: Mobility 2020, you’ll answer a few quick questions about your business preferences, and within minutes you’ll be automatically registered for CrunchMatch — and receive an email telling you how and when to access the platform. It’s the tool you want to make your networking more targeted and efficient.

“The CrunchMatch platform, which is basically speed-dating for techies, was very helpful. I scheduled at least 10 short, precise meetings. I learned about startups in stealth mode, what big corporations were up to — things not yet picked up by the press. It was great, and I followed up on three or four of those connections.” — Jens Lehmann, technical lead and product manager, SAP.

We’ve built networking right into the Mobility agenda, so you won’t suffer from acute FOMO. Here’s just a taste of what we have planned.

  • The Next Opportunities in Micromobility: Worldwide, numerous companies are operating shared micromobility services — so many that the industry is well into a consolidation phase. Despite the over-saturation of the market, there are still opportunities for new players. Dor Levi, head of bikes and scooters at Lyft, Danielle Harris, director of mobility innovation at Elemental Excelerator and Dmitry Shevelenko, founder at Tortoise will discuss.
  • Investing in Mobility: Reilly Brennan, Amy Gu and Olaf Sakkers will come together to debate the uncertain future of mobility tech and whether VC dollars are enough to push the industry forward.

Want to save some cash? Buy your TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 early-bird pass before prices go up on September 4 at 11:59 pm PT. Then get your networking on with CrunchMatch and drive (autonomously, or otherwise) your mobility business to the next level.

Is your company interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020? Contact our sponsorship sales team by filling out this form.

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