Car companies have accepted the world has changed, or will change soon, and they’re showing their hand by buying, or investing heavily in, startups like Lyft and Maven (GM), Velodyne and Civil Maps (Ford) and Moovel and Car2Go (Daimler). Meanwhile, everyone from Tesla to Apple is developing autonomous cars.
“If shared and autonomous vehicles are adopted as quickly as other technologies (like smartphones, cellphones, and the Internet),” says Deloitte in their report, “our modeling finds that significant change will begin within five years and that the market for personal mobility could transform dramatically over the next 25 years.”
Tamy Ribeiro founded her first company at the age of 22 and sold it later to Grupo Trend, a part of CVC corp, the largest travel and tourism conglomerate in the Americas.
After 13 years of experience in online travel, Tamy moved to mobility in 2016, when she joined Wunder, helping the company to identify opportunities and partnerships that amplified its expansion and presence from 1 to over 100 cities in the world.
Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, Wunder is widely considered the fastest growing mobility tech company in Europe and has become a household name in the industry, providing mobility solutions to partners such as Yamaha, Toyota, Daimler, Audi and BMW.
Tamy is also a member of the Board of Innovation of 2A Investimentos, the VC company of Group JCA, the union of 10 transportation companies in LATAM, responsible for the movement of almost 100 million people per year and a Board Advisor Member of Aware, the platform for sustainable innovation.