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Getting Ahead of the Evolving Mobility Ecosystem


The future of mobility will change more than just the way we commute. It will transform both goods and people movement with the advent of new technologies and business models. It is imperative that companies position themselves to shape the future ecosystem, or risk being left behind.

Deloitte envisions a consumer journey with frictionless purchasing experience, with companies working in and around smart design and mobility, operational transformation, as well as new forms of advertising delivery that integrates within the new personal mobility landscape.

In addition, the continued shift toward e-commerce, and rising consumer expectations for faster shipping at lower cost is making logistics management more complex, and market dynamics look poised to reshape every stage of a product’s journey—especially the last mile.

Join us to learn about trends shaping the Future of Mobility, and meet startups with innovative technologies who can help you develop a winning strategy in the evolving mobility ecosystem.

Who Should Attend?

  • Marketing Professionals 
  • Supply Chain and Logistics Professionals
  • Innovators seeking to transform their existing business operations

Why You Should Attend?

  • Gain insights into industry transformations and technological trends
  • Understand how consumer behaviour will change in the new mobility ecosystem
  • Learn how to adapt to new supply chain and logistics trends and systems
  • Meet innovative tech startups who can help you transform your business 


5.30pm Guest arrival

5.45pm Welcome and Introductions

Deloitte presents The Future of Mobility insights

powata presents Powering Retail and Logistics Operations through Real Time Data

TheLorry presents Efficiency and Intelligence in Bulky Last-Mile Delivery

Moving Walls presents Measuring, Reaching and Influencing Consumers on the Move

Q&A with panel of speakers

7.00pm Networking

7.30pm Event ends


Presented in Partnership with


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Sharad Mohan Mishra - Partner, Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting

Sharad has 20 years’ in-depth experience in the Asian automotive industry, leading initiatives in Future of Mobility (FoM) encompassing analyses of automotive retail, digital strategy, big data/analytics, product planning, channel development and CR strategy.  Part of Deloitte’s Global FoM team developing new models and solutions for clients across the region, he is also AP Leader for consulting analytics services focusing on auto.

He assisted in improvement for demand and supply process for an automotive MNC in India and Vietnam, developed a comprehensive roadmap for introducing a new car model in an emerging market, worked on network strategy development, and design and implemented a ‘Dealer Balance Score Card’ for a global automotive MNC.

Noe Saglio - Co-founder, powata

powata is a technology company focused on improving productivity and sales in the retail industry by digitising processes. The suite of mobile applications helps bridge the gap between back end systems (ERP, WMS, HRMS, CRM) and people in the stores. The suite of solutions cover areas such as sales promotion, merchandising, retail audit, stock take, mystery shopping and more. 

Gabriel Teo - Country Manager, TheLorry

TheLorry delivers the best moving services for individuals and businesses looking for logistics assistance including house and office moving, bulky item disposal, and other needs. TheLorry’s online portal and smartphone app provides users in Singapore and Malaysia with instant quotations on movers while providing various options for the type of vehicle to be rented. TheLorry thrives on ease of use and professional-level service, with savings for your moving costs in mind.

Srikanth Ramachandran - Founder and CEO, Moving Walls 

Moving Walls is a data and technology led company that helps leading brands measure, reach, and influence consumers on the move. In 2017, Moving Walls was named a TiE50 winner in Silicon Valley, USA, and identified as one of the top 50 technology start-ups in the world. Moving Walls was also named in the first Unilever Foundry30 Southeast Asia and Australasia, a list of 30 companies most likely to affect technological change in the region.