Montréal, May 30 to June 1
Montréal, January 22, 2018 – Movin’On, the World Summit on Sustainable Mobility, is thrilled to release today a first wave of world-renowned speakers who will take the stage from May 30 to June 1, 2018, in Montréal. Speaking on the overarching theme "Bringing global, smart, sustainable and multimodal mobility to life," these thought leaders of the mobility ecosystem will share their passion, vision and experience and help us move from ambition to action.
Our first outstanding personalities include:
- Thierry Bonhomme, CEO, Orange Business Services and Deputy CEO, Orange
- Laurent Burelle, Chairman and CEO, Plastic Omnium
- Brigitte Courtehoux, Director of the Connected Business Services and New Mobilities Unit, PSA
- Fabien Derville, President, Mobivia
- Jean-François Gagné, Co-Founder and CEO, Element AI
- Sampo Hietanen, Co-Founder and CEO, MaaS Global Ltd.
- Marie-Christine Lombard, Chairman of the Executive Board, Geodis
- Guillaume Pepy, Chairman of the Executive Board, SNCF
- Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman and CEO, Total
- Joshua L. Schank, Chief Innovation Officer, L.A. County METRO
During Movin’On, 5,000 leaders from academia, politics, business, cities and startups will share their ideas, expertise and experience and bring sustainable mobility to life.
Movin’On will announce soon a new wave of speakers. Stay tuned.
Presented by Michelin with C2 as organizing partner, Movin’On is the world summit on sustainable mobility. Our belief is that the solutions to tomorrow’s major mobility challenges will come from an ecosystem of academic, political, business, cities and start-up leaders. From May 30 to June 1, 2018, in Montréal, Movin’On will bring together decision-makers, experts and mobility enthusiasts from all over the world. Our common goal will be to move “from ambition to action,” acting on the theme “Bringing global, smart, sustainable and multimodal mobility to life.” For more information or to register, please see movinon.michelin.com.
Michelin, the leading tire company, is dedicated to enhancing its clients’ mobility, sustainably; designing and distributing the most suitable tires, services and solutions for its clients’ needs; providing digital services, maps and guides to help enrich trips and travels and make them unique experiences; and developing high-technology materials that serve the mobility industry. Headquartered in Clermont-Ferrand, France, Michelin is present in 170 countries, has 111,700 employees and operates 68 production facilities in 17 countries which together produced 187 million tires in 2016.
C2 is a global convener on a mission to transform executives and organizations that are ripe for change ― whether they know it or not. In a collaborative context specifically designed to provoke collisions and spark new ideas, C2 gets leaders to challenge their biases, shift their perspectives and explore completely new ways of doing business. C2’s reinvention of the international conference experience started with the annual C2 Montréal event, which has been described as “challenging conventions” by The Economist and “a business conference unlike any other” by the Harvard Business Review. After Zurich, Milan, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Rome and San Francisco, C2 is now expanding its reach across all continents. See c2.biz for more information.
For more information contact:
Anne Dongois, Media relations, Movin’On, 514 826-2050, email@example.com
Megan Bagwell, Corporate Public Relations, Michelin North America, 843 907-3584, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Michelin North America
Michelin, the leading mobility company, is dedicated to enhancing its clients’ mobility, sustainably; designing and distributing the most suitable tires, services and solutions for its clients’ needs; providing digital services, maps and guides to help enrich trips and travels and make them unique experiences; and developing high-technology materials that serve a variety of industries. Headquartered in Greenville, S.C., Michelin North America (www.michelinman.com) has more than 21,400 employees and operates 19 major manufacturing plants.