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Opening Plenary Session
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09:15 – 10:00

Tomorrow’s Marketplace

Today’s mobility landscape calls for supply-chain discipline in order to navigate the mobility services marketplace. Hear a supplier and two corporate mobility purchasers discuss such dynamics as:

  • Changes in global business
  • Changes in the mobility services industry and the impact of consolidation, resource re-alignment, outsourcing, technology and IQ Bots
  • How these changes can impact the way buyers assess mobility services


Kerwin Guillermo
Global Head of Mobility
Hewlett Packard Enterprises

Shanying Chng
Senior Procurement Manager, Google Procurement Organization
Google Singapore

Duty of Care in Changing Environments

The obligation of a company to provide watchfulness, prudence and caution when the environment becomes difficult for employees to carry out their duties has never been more challenging. Hear a discussion of reasonable care which can include:

  • Maintaining safety of employees while protecting business strategies
  • Working with employment law for contingency planning (i.e., flexible work locations – sending employees away from their home office when necessary, at-home telecommuting)
  • Geographic “shift” of business strategies when necessary

 Understand how mobility can be affected by political and environmental difficulties, as well as how the mobility function can help with duty-of-care activities.


Jonathan Isaacs
Partner and Head of China Employment Practice
Baker & McKenzie


Economic Implications of Trade War

Tariffs are on the rise with little slow down in sight. Even countries which are not actively engaged in trade wars will feel the effect of these global economic conflicts. Let’s look at whether there are any winners (or only losers?) – either countries or industries – as these battles continue.