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REACTION 26: Getting up to speed on the new mobility

This webcast discusses the massive, disruptive and permanent change underway in the automotive industry and what it means for the chemicals industry.

2 October 2018, 11:00AM - 12:00PM, EST

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The automotive industry is speeding toward a new era marked by electric-powered vehicles, autonomous vehicles and shared mobility. Even as global sales tick downward,1 individual vehicles will be used more intensively, spending less time parked and more time on the road, transporting people and goods in a growing number of ways. For automotive chemical companies in particular, the new mobility will mean a dramatic shift in product portfolios, clients, end users and business models to address an industry ecosystem that’s becoming larger, more dynamic and far more interconnected.

Listen to Charlie Simpson, Partner and Head of Mobility 2030, Global Strategy Group, KPMG in the UK and Natasha Patel, Associate Director, Global Strategy Group, KPMG in the UK, discuss these issues.

To read Getting up to speed on the new mobility an article featured in REACTION Magazine, please click here and to read the full publication click here.

This webcast is a must for C-suite and directors who operate within the chemicals sector.

View the polling question results from the webcast (PDF 535 KB).

1Sources can be found on kpmg.com/reaction

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Agenda
  1. Introduction
  2. How far, how fast, and in what direction?
  3. Mega-trends in the new mobility ecosystem
  4. What this means for the chemicals industry
  5. Questions to consider for automotive chemical companies
  6. Outlook 
  7. Conclusion and questions
Guide

Continuing professional education

Program description:

The KPMG Global Chemicals Institute is pleased to invite you to our next webcast: REACTION 26: Getting up to speed on the new mobility. The automotive industry is speeding toward a new era marked by electric-powered vehicles, autonomous vehicles and shared mobility. Even as global sales tick downward,1 individual vehicles will be used more intensively, spending less time parked and more time on the road, transporting people and goods in a growing number of ways. For automotive chemical companies in particular, the new mobility will mean a dramatic shift in product portfolios, clients, end users and business models to address an industry ecosystem that’s becoming larger, more dynamic and far more interconnected. Participants joining this webcast will learn about mega-trends in the new mobility ecosystem, potential major disruptors transforming how people and goods are moved in the future and will learn what automotive industry changes mean for the chemicals sector. During this webcast we will also discuss questions to consider for automotive chemical companies. Participants will have the ability to ask question throughout the presentation to reinforce concepts discussed.

*Sources can be found on kpmg.com/reaction.

Learning objectives:

Following this webcast, participants should be able to:

  • Provide an overview of the automotive industry and how it has become a part of/changed the chemical industry. 
  • Participants will also have an understanding of the future of the chemical industry in regards to electric, autonomous and shared vehicles.
  • Participants will be able to organize a presentation about the automotive chemical industry and actions going forward due to industry disruption.
  • Identify strengths and areas of improvement for the automotive chemical sector. 

Program specifications

  • Estimated CPE credits: This program is worth approximately 1 CPE credit.
  • Target audience: This course was designed for Director and C-suite.
  • Advanced preparation & prerequisites: There are no prerequisite or advanced preparation requirements for this course.
  • Instructional delivery method: This webcast will be group internet-based (instructor-led) training.
  • Program level: Basic.

Policies & questions

  • Refund/cancellation policy: This program is offered free of charge. As such refunds are not applicable. You are able to cancel your registration for the webcast at any time - free of charge.
  • Questions/compaints: Send an e-mail to chemicals@kpmg.com
  • KPMG provides reasonable accommodations to individuals who request such accommodations to participate in training. Individuals requesting such an accommodation(s) should contact your local HR professional at least two weeks prior to the start date of the program.

KPMG is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final Authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN 37219-2417.

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