Join us on September 23 and experience Segway’s latest shared mobility solutions for yourself
It’s an open secret: Despite gobsmacking growth, many shared micromobility startups have struggled with unprofitable revenue, especially early on.
These days unit economics and regulatory compliance have replaced scale as the ultimate sign of a micromobility player’s financial health. And thanks to recent advances in hardware, software, vehicle intelligence, and other services aimed at optimizing operations, many industry insiders now believe it’s only a matter of time until the shared model is proven viable on a global scale.
In this session, we’ll dig into the business practices, partnerships, and strategies required to launch a profitable, sustainable, and compliant micromobility network.
Moderator: Harry Campbell, Founder and CEO, The Rideshare Guy
Tony Ho, VP of Global Business Development, Segway-Ninebot
Justin Kozak, VP of Sales, Founder Shield
Sophie Bellec-Cross, Head of Sales, Joyride
After a day of conversations, workshops, and keynotes with micromobility’s top global builders, investors, and thinkers, we think you’ll agree a happy hour is in order. With that, Founder Shield, Joyride and Segway have joined forces to host a special get-together for the micromobility community at Seven Stills Brewery + Distillery.
Located in San Francisco’s Mission Bay District with Seven Stills, was founded with the goal of making seven unique whiskies for each of the seven hills of San Francisco each distilled from a different craft beer. We’ve booked a private bar and beer garden with plenty of space to mingle indoors or outdoors with fellow micromobility leaders.
Reserve Your Test Ride
RSVP now for an exclusive demonstration and test ride of Segway Commercial's latest shared vehicles. Availability is limited and an advisor will reach out to you two weeks before the event.*
*Registration does not guarantee free admission to Micro-mobility America 2021, an event organized by Micro-mobility Industries.
1414 Harbour Way S, Richmond, CA 94804
Getting to the Craneway is easy.
To start, we recommend staying in Downtown SF. A public ferry with open-air seating runs directly from the Terminal Building in Downtown SF to the doorstep of the Richmond Craneway at regular intervals throughout the day (ferry schedule here). The MMA team will be staying in Downtown SF and leading a group ferry trip to and from the Richmond Craneway on September 23rd. The journey across the SF Bay is easily one of the most stunning and memorable parts of the day—a great opportunity to meet other micromobility enthusiasts.
In addition, the Richmond Craneway is accessible via the Bay Trail and has ample parking onsite.