What's next for mobility and green transport? EIT InnoEnergy, Voi and sennder ready to show the way at the Tech.eu Summit

Join sennder co-founder and CEO David Nothacker, Voi co-founder Adam Jafer, and mobility expert Jennifer Dungs for an electrifying conversation about the future of mobility at our fast-approaching Tech.eu Summit.
What's next for mobility and green transport? EIT InnoEnergy, Voi and sennder ready to show the way at the Tech.eu Summit

The inaugural Tech.eu Summit in Brussels kicks off in less than a week, and we can't wait to see you all there!

Join hundreds of European tech entrepreneurs, investors, corporate leaders, policy makers, academics and journalists as we discuss the best way to carve out a path of sustainable growth path for the #EUtech scene, and define actions to take its startup innovation ecosystems to the next level.

Check out the program, speaker line-up and practicalities here. Didn't secure your tickets yet? What are you waiting for?

One of the hot topics on the table is the future of mobility and transportation. We're excited to hear about the latest innovations in this space straight from the experts themselves.

Broadcast journalist Amy Guttman will be leading the panel discussion with David Nothacker, co-founder and CEO of digital freight-forwarding company sennder, Jennifer Dungs, the global head of mobility at EIT InnoEnergy, and Adam Jafer, the co-founder of Voi.

Before co-founding sennder in 2015, David was a strategy consultant at Roland Berger. Now he heads up Europe's biggest digital freight forwarder, with over 40,000 connected trucks, a presence in seven European markets, and 900 employees. The Berlin-based company has raised over $350 million from lead investors such as Bailie Gifford, Accel, and Lakestar. 

Jennifer is no stranger to the global conference circuit and speaking on sustainable future mobility, smart cities, and the energy sector. EIT InnoEnergy is Europe's largest impact investor in cleantech. Jennifer has two decades of experience in the automotive industry under her belt, for big names like Ford, BMW and Porsche. She was also the director of the Fraunhofer Institute, in charge of Mobility and Smart Cities, where she set up a joint lab with MIT. 

Adam co-founded urban micromobility company Voi in 2018. One of the pioneers on the urban electric-scooter scene, Stockholm-based Voi raised $115 million in its Series D round at the end of last year, boosting it into the unicorn club. And its on a major roll, active in over 70 cities in 11 countries, and is on a mission to source only battery cells made in Europe by 2023. Adam is also a scout at Sequoia Capital, and was featured in Forbes 30 under 30 in 2020. 

If you want to be get in the fast-lane and hear more live on the day, speed over here and buy your ticket!

Lead image: Denys Nevozhai

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