BNP Paribas partners with ”Movin'On by Michelin” Conference - BNP Paribas CIB
 
Friday 16 June 2017

BNP Paribas reaffirms its commitment to sustainable mobility by partnering with "Movin'On by Michelin" conference, held in Montreal.


The conference which has been running for 20 years (formerly known as Michelin Challenge Bibendum) took place from June 13 to June 15 and is recognized as one the leading international forums on urban mobility and sustainable transportation.

Each year, the summit attracts more than 4700 attendees from 35 countries that take part in dynamic experiences and dialogues regarding Urban Mobility, Clean Mobility, Connected Mobility and Sustainable Mobility. It is an annual opportunity for business leaders, governments and academics to collaborate and explore new actions to resolve global challenges, and define the future of mobility together.

Movin'On moments


Movin'On 2017 offers workshops and innovative master classes about the most urgent themes impacting urban mobility, including the circular economy, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, multimodal transport, Internet of things as well as incentive regulations and politics.

Around 50 international visionaries in sustainable and urban mobility spoke at the conference including Jean-Dominique Senard, CEO of Michelin, Dr Mark Moore, Director of Engineering at Uber Elevate and Frank Rinderknecht, CEO of Rinspeed.

This year BNP Paribas is headlined in 3 of the panels. Hervé Duteil, Regional Coordinator for Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainable Finance, Americas, addressed how Finance innovations can create leverage on suppliers or expand the capital pool for smart mobility innovations. Constance Chalchat, Head of Change Management for BNP Paribas Corporate & Institutional Banking was interviewed in the Aquarium on what role BNP Paribas can play in the evolution of the sector and its reason for the bank's involvement. See videos below.


Constance Chalchat [1] - from 1:22:00 to 1:31:40
 

Other lead partners included Quebec, Montreal, GCI,  in addition to engie, Orange and Thales. The event will be back in Montreal in 2018.



[1] Constance Chalchat, Head of Change Management for BNP Paribas Corporate & Institutional Banking  was interviewed in the Aquarium on BNP Paribas's role in the evolution of the sector and the reasons for the bank's involvement. 


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