Digitalisation continues to redefine the way we live, the way we interact, and crucially for the world of urban mobility, the way we move.
As the progressive digital transition continues to change everyday lives, the public transport sector has embraced new technologies to make the way we move around our cities as efficient and customer-friendly as possible.
Next month in Karlsruhe, Germany at the IT-TRANS, Christoph Bornschein will take to the stage to speak about what he thinks the digital evolution is capable of delivering.
Christoph Bornschein is an expert in the field and has been a counsellor to global companies and brands such as Bayer, Ford, ING, Lufthansa, Deutsche Bank and KUBIKx and facilitates change on a daily basis. As a thought leader on the organisational transformation, his expertise is sought out across the globe.
IT-TRANS has offered decision makers the platform to learn about the digitalisation of public transport and see the latest innovations up close. Christoph will inform the audience about the ways in which that evolution impacts urban mobility.
Christoph Bornschein, CEO and Co-Founder of TLGG: “Technological progress drives cultural change, and digitalisation is a powerful accelerator. Urban mobility is an important factor to the way we work, live, communicate, commute, travel, and go about our daily lives.
“It's a key to our future – affected by profound changes, effecting profound changes itself. Discussing urban mobility means discussing the future of urbanity itself.”
Alongside two colleagues, Christoph has been seen to be ‘shaping the customer experience of the future’ as founder and CEO of TLGG the German agency boutique consultancy for digital business.
Believing that every brand experience has to be more than a moment, but believing that one moment can decide everything- Christoph and his team guide brands, products, ideas and companies to the right place, at the right time.
The IT-TRANS conference is all about the future of urban mobility (Karlsruhe, Germany 3-5 March 2020) - and begins it’s seventh edition reflecting on what’s to come in the industry.
As the defining event focused on IT and digitalisation in public transport, IT-TRANS will consider the progression being made in our sector, with a close eye on the future.
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