There is a next in every industry – a next generation of products, services and content.
As the mobility ecosystem matures, we are only limited by what we are not open to seeing and accepting. Change and more change are imminent; it is already challenging our product-driven mindset and it will increasingly question the way we measure success, how we work together and envision the future of our
still largely asset-based industry.
It’s time to join forces, re-center around a strong asset-based heritage, wisely conquer new white spots and find out how and where asset-based companies can really compete with non-asset based digital giants who claim the same roles, touchpoints and profit streams.
The auto business is part of an open, dynamic & self-organizing ecosystem consisting of physical assets, services and content. Finding the right balance between where to compete, cooperate or consolidate with industry peers and to wisely co-integrate content from non-asset based digital challengers is key.
The 19th annual Global Automotive Executive Survey explores how approximately 1000 automotive executives from around the world - and nearly 2000 consumers - see the global automotive sector growing, changing and reacting to challenges and opportunities.
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