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The Economic Impact of Bike Sharing in European Cities

In some European cities, it’s passé to own a bicycle. The preferred way of getting around town may still be on two wheels, but the bikes are likely to belong to a public bike-sharing system. Pioneers of the idea from the mid 1960s would be amazed. Although there had been various attempts to launch bike-sharing …
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IESE Cities in Motion Index 2019

The IESE Cities in Motion Index (CIMI) is an index that aims to evaluate cities in relation to the nine dimensions that we consider key: human capital, social cohesion, the economy, governance, the environment, mobility and transportation, urban planning, international outreach, and technology. It is an index of cities that is objective, comprehensive, wide-ranging and …
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IESE Cities in Motion Index 2018

The fifth edition of the Cities in Motion Index (CIMI) evaluates cities’ level of development in relation to nine key areas or dimensions: Economy, Human Capital, Social Cohesion, Environment, Governance, Urban Planning, International Outreach, Technology, and Mobility and Transportation. The CIMI 2018 edition includes 165 cities, including 74 capitals, representing more than 80 countries. To …
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Automotive 4.0 – Threat or opportunity for incumbents?

The automotive industry is undergoing profound change. The rise of Uber will not just impact taxi players, but car rentals, car sharing, leasing players, OEMs, and suppliers. ‘Automotive 4.0’ is the next evolutionary step-change for the industry. Advancements in automated driving, vehicle connectivity and shared mobility will change the face of personal mobility. The report …
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CIO Mobility Survey 2012

Accenture has conducted an online survey with several hundred CIOs and several thousand application developers in North America, Europe, Asia andSouth America to gauge the perceptions of mobility among IT professionals. The results highlight the importance of mobility for CIOs, with 78 percent of CIOs placing mobility among their top five concerns. Interestingly, far more …
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