The company understands that the arrival of this option has "a giant impact on the city". "We come to collaborate with the mobility of the city and I believe that the mobility options of the future are going to come from private, because many times the city does not have the muscle for such complex operations.
Electric mobility is growing exponentially in the world and the region of Latin America and the Caribbean is no stranger to this development. Proof of this is the recent celebration in Mexico City of the Latam Mobility Summit 2019, a meeting that for two days brought together experts from different countries.
San Francisco and London-based iovox's mission is to make data from business phone calls as useful, actionable, and valuable as email or chat. Wyem Dardouri addressed in her interview with Simon Baker, how a classifieds site would implement iovox's type of technology to its platform.
Simon Baker addressed Thomas Schumacher's presentation at the Property Portal Watch Madrid 2018 Conference -- How to Go Deeper Into the Transaction -- asking him to elaborate on it, which Schumacher did by highlighting three main steps to the process, adding that it is not a "piece cake" but that is well worth a company's effort in the long run.
The automotive industry has already interpreted what is coming: Ford, General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Toyota and Volkswagen already have their shared scooters platforms in several cities around the world.
The company's CEO said that they are excited to start operations in this highly competitive industry, after demonstrating their experience with good results in other countries, so Mexico will not be the exception.