Electrification, digitisation, automation, and servicing are ushering in a new era of mobility, particularly, in densely populated urban environments.
The growth and success of current and future mobility ecosystems are being fed by a number of trends that are currently revolutionising the mobility industry and its environment: electrification, digitisation, automation and servicing.
Read my contribution in the recent edition of ATR World.
I recently published a series of articles and videos on the future of the circular economy and how companies can seize the great opportunities in this future market. Check them out on futuremanagementgroup.com (in German):
Since the outbreak of war in Ukraine, I’ve often been asked whether it still makes any sense to look into the future. The world is so full of surprises that many things are being questioned. Should we still think and plan for the long term at all when the world can be turned upside down in just a few days and weeks?
Reuse as the primary circularity strategy could make a big difference in the world. Even though industry experts do not perceive it as the most probable scenario, it’s worth to consider which effects it would have on the global waste and recycling system.
This blog is part six of eight in the scenario analysis series: Circular Economy 2030