Maniv Mobility's general partner, Olaf Sakkers, comes to TC Sessions: Mobility – Newsdio

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In case you haven't heard it, TC Sessions: Mobility returns for the second year. This one-day event, to be held On May 14 in San José, he promises to present some of the best and brightest engineers, policy makers, investors, entrepreneurs and innovators, all of whom compete to be part of this new era of transport.

Attendees of TC Sessions: Mobility can expect interviews with founders, investors and inventors, demonstrations of the latest technology, work sessions, dozens of start-up exhibitions and opportunities to establish contacts and recruit.

We have announced several speakers for the event, including Klaus Zellmer, president and CEO of Porsche Cars North America, href = "https://techcrunch.com/2020/01/08/tc-sessions-mobility-2020-boris of Waymo – sofman-of-waymo-and-nancy-sun-of-ike / "> Boris Sofman, co-founder and chief engineer of Ike Robotics Nancy Sun, general partner of Trucks VC, Reilly Brennan and Shin-pei Tsay, director of policies, cities and transportation at Uber.

And now we have another star to add to our TC Sessions: mobility list. Newsdio is pleased to announce that Olaf Sakkers, general partner of Maniv Mobility, will join us on stage this year. Sakkers is a founding partner of Maniv Mobility, A global fund that invests in mobility.

Maniv began with a focus on transport and new mobility-related companies in Israel, with some investments in the US. UU. It expanded its mission to the world scene, a $ 100 million fund-driven movement that closed last July with the backing of 12 corporations, including the risk weapons of Aptiv, BMW, Hyundai, Lear Corp., LG Electronics, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, Shell and Valeo Alliance.

Maniv's portfolio includes the Owlcam vehicle safety company, the Turo peer-to-peer car exchange company, The telecom operations startup Phantom Auto, the autonomous chip manufacturer focused on Hailo vehicles, shared the electric moped company Revel, the Spanish-based automobile subscription startup Bipi and the vehicle management firm Aurora Labs.

Stay tuned to see who we will announce next.

And … $ 250 Early-Bird tickets are already on sale: save $ 100 on tickets before prices rise on April 9; Reserve today

Students, you can get your tickets for only $ 50 here.

If you are a mobility startup at an early stage, be sure to get an exhibitor package to present your startup in front of today's leading mobility leaders. Packages come with 4 tickets each and cost only $ 2000. Reserve yours here.

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