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Capgemini is a platinum sponsor of MOVE 2023, the world’s most important urban mobility event, taking place at the ExCel London on June 21–22.

Event info:

Date: 21st – 22nd June
Location: ExCeL, London

The world of transportation is changing, as the race to zero accelerates. Business models are being transformed to become sustainable. Brands are reimagining how they connect with customers. New partnerships are reshaping the industry.

At Capgemini, we harness the power of design, data, technology, engineering, and business insight to help our clients to create remarkable products and services that benefit customers, society and our planet. We work with a range of clients across the automotive and transport industry, bringing deep end-to-end expertise in design, data, technology, innovation, engineering and transformation. We also partner with innovative companies to solve complex problems together. Meet us at our stand to take part in our evolving display, where our sketch artist will be building content from the event, based on a future 2050 vision of the sustainable mobility ecosystem and circular economy. Add your thoughts to the story, before battling it out with us in the ultimate electric vehicles challenge on our Scalextric track. Join our mobility experts to be part of our content and join the conversations.

Here are our events at MOVE 2023:

Keynote: Zero to Hero: The smart moves that EV companies can make to accelerate success

  • June 21st 10:40 AM, Theatre 4, Electric Vehicles I

A presentation by Brad Young, Head of Automotive and Sustainable Mobility, Capgemini As the EV market becomes increasingly competitive, companies big and small, are transitioning their strategies to new products and services. But success is not guaranteed. We examine some of the key choices that companies can make to accelerate success, as they scale from zero to hero. Our insights are based on first-hand case studies of innovation projects with design, data, business models, technology and engineering, mixed with insights from original Capgemini research. Collaboration is key to winning the race to zero together.

Capgemini Hosted Roundtable: A business perspective – What’re the opportunities presented to us by the circular economy

  • June 21st 12:50 PM, Theatre 4, Electric Vehicles I

Moderator: Katie Neck, Managing Consultant, Capgemini Invent

Panellist: Ashley Naughton, Logistics Director, McLaren Automotive Ltd

Panellist: Isobel Sheldon OBE, Member Board Trustees, The Faraday Institute

Panellist: Professor Karen Hudson-Edwards, University of Exeter

The circular economy presents a unique opportunity for the automotive industry to not only reduce waste and increase sustainability, but also to leverage new business opportunities. In this panel discussion, we will explore the key business opportunities presented by the circular economy and discuss how companies can use them to gain a competitive advantage.

Panel: Successfully establishing an EV start-up: what does it take?

  • June 21st 13:40 PM, Theatre 4, Electric Vehicles I

Moderator: Ade Thomas, Founder, Green.TV Media

Panellist: Arjo van der Ham, Co-Founder & CTO, LightYear One

Panellist: Inderveer Singh, Founder & CEO, EVage

Panellist: Cristina Teixeira, Former Product Manager Mobility Services, Sono Motors

Panellist: Brad Young, Head of Automotive and Sustainable Mobility, Capgemini

Want to set up a meeting? Schedule a meeting with us on our Swapcard page

Join us in shaping the future of transportation. Together, we can make a positive impact and create a sustainable world.

We look forward to seeing you across the two days!

Thought Leadership:

Meet our experts:

Brad Young

VP, Head of Automotive & Sustainable Mobility, UK
Brad has over 25 years experience in digital transformation. He is an expert in the Automotive industry, with a focus on Sustainability, Mobility, Electric Vehicles and Customer Experience Transformation. He has held business and technology roles in the Automotive and Consumer Products industry. He leads Automotive for Invent UK. His passion is accelerating the transition to zero-emissions transport and creating sustainable mobility experiences that are good for people, businesses, and the planet.

Katie Neck

Katie leads development of net zero strategies at Capgemini Invent, with particular focus on advising engineering and manufacturing industry leaders. Previously to this at McLaren, Katie spent over 5 years developing McLaren’s sustainability agenda and led R&D and technology partnerships. Prior to this, Katie worked at consulting firm Gartner with global technology brands and emerging start-ups.