Vom 20. bis 23. Januar 2020 organisiert die Deutsch-Rumänische Industrie- und Handelskammer (AHK Rumänien) in Zusammenarbeit mit eclareon GmbH eine Geschäftsanbahnungsreise nach Rumänien. Das Projekt wird im Rahmen des Markterschließungsprogramms des Bundesministeriums für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi) für kleine und mittlere deutsche Unternehmen (KMU) durchgeführt. Die Reise richtet sich an deutsche KMU insbesondere aus den Branchen nachhaltige Mobilität, Logistik und Verkehrs- & ÖPNV Lösungen.
Sie erhalten vor und während der Reise:
Eine Marktstudie über Nachhaltige Mobilität, Verkehrs- und ÖPNV Lösungen, Logistik in Rumänien
Eine individuelle maßgeschneiderte Partnersuche anhand eines Unternehmensprofils
B2B oder B2C Termine in Bukarest und Cluj (betreut von eine AHK Mitarbeiterin)
Die Möglichkeit sich und Ihr Produkt vor einem Fachpublikum in Bukarest vorzustellen
Besuche und Termine bei Unternehmen und Behörden in Bukarest und Cluj
Logistik der Reise (Reservierung der Hotels, Restaurants usw.)
Ziel: Unterstützung bei der Erschließung des rumänischen Marktes und beim Aufbau neuer Geschäftskontakte in Rumänien, um den Einstieg in das Exportgeschäft mit Rumänien zu erleichtern.
Zielgruppe: KMU, Selbstständige und wirtschaftsnahe Dienstleister aus den Branchen nachhaltige Mobilität, Verkehrs- und ÖPNV Lösungen oder Logistik mit Geschäftsbetrieb in Deutschland.
Rumänische Kooperationspartner: Stadtverwaltungen, Behörden, Industrieverbände, Berater, Anbieter und Betreiber in der Mobilitäts- und Logistikbranche (u.a. ÖPNV, Sharing- und Ladesysteme, Parksysteme und –bewirtschaftung, Transportunternehmen)
Laden Sie sich die Teilnahmeerklärung hier herunter und bewerben Sie sich bis Montag, 11. November 2019 (verlängerte Frist!)
Die Teilnahmekosten betragen zwischen 500 EUR und 1.000 EUR pro Teilnehmer, je nach Größe und Jahresumsatz Ihres Unternehmens. Die Teilnahmebedingungen sowie das Programm finden Sie hier.
GIZ will purchase three battery electric buses and the charging infrastructure for a pilot project in Costa Rica. On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), the project MiTransportein Costa Rica has recently published an international tender on three 12-metre buses, fast and slow-charging infrastructure as well as training and after-sales services.
This pilot project paves the way for the electrification of public transport, which the Government of Costa Rica promotes actively. As defined in the Decarbonisation Plan (2018-2050), 30% of the public transport fleet are to be zero emissions until 2035. Through the “Law of incentives and the promotion of electric mobility”, bus operators are obliged to gradually electrify their fleet by 5% every two years. Considering the energy matrix of Costa Rica with more than 98% of the electricity coming from renewable energies, the shift from Diesel to electric buses has a large GHG mitigation potential.
The pilot project is implemented by the Costa Rican Presidency, the Ministry of Environment, the Directorate for Climate Change, the Ministry of Transport, the Public Transport Council, ICE Group, Regulatory Authority of Public Services (ARESEP), Foundation CRUSA, UN Environment and GIZ. Starting early 2020, the buses will be integrated into the urban bus system in order to gain experiences on the ground about the consumption to generate trust in the technology to reduce existing barriers which currently prevent private bus operators from making larger investment, and to develop capacities in the public and private sector.
Further information on the tender process and all the documents are available in the following link:
Women continue to be under-represented in the mobility sector, particularly in technical occupations, and those who do exist are not visible enough. The leading women in the mobility sector, however, do exist. They are technically competent and inspiring, and as role models, they ensure that more talented people choose to work in our industry. In order to increase their visibility, the Association of German Women Entrepreneurs (VdU), Berlin Partner for Business and Technology GmbH, IHK Berlin, the women’s network of the Pro-Rail Alliance, the German Transport Forum, the The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and Women in Mobility (WiM) are publishing the list of female executives in the mobility sector for the second time.
In order to promote professional discourse, all 100 women will be invited to a joint #wimluncheon on 1 October 2019 at the #railwayforum in Berlin. More information about the jury, the goals and the event: www.wim-luncheon.de
Prof. Dr. Silja Hoffman is one of the 100 #leadingwomen in the #mobilitysector
“These women are so different and yet have one thing in common: they show diversity and change the world of transport.”
Kristina Kebeck, GIZ
In 2016, at the initiative of Larissa Zeichhardt, leading associations joined forces at the InnoTrans trade fair to invite entrepreneurs and managers from the “Around the Track” departments to a “Ladies Lunch”. “When I learned that in the EU only 17.5 percent of employees in local public transport are female and less than 10 percent of them work in technical areas, I had to take action.” A study published by the EU Commission put the proportion of women in the entire transport sector at 22 percent. The greatest imbalance in 2016 was in road construction and rail technology, where women accounted for only 14 percent.
The aim of the first publication of the top 100 women in the transport sector (2017) and the corresponding network event at the 5th Railway Forum in Berlin was to make role models visible. Larissa Zeichhardt and the organising team of Women in Mobility, Berlin then formulated a goal: “The proportion of women in the rail industry is to rise from currently 22% to 40% by 2020”. At InnoTrans 2018, it became more than clear that the industry is striving for women’s networks: 800 women came together to network at the Women in Mobility InnoTrans Luncheon.
Women in Mobility (WiM) is a professional women’s network in the mobility sector. The Berlin Hub is one of four in Germany and aims to improve the visibility of female executives
We are pleased to announce the next Women in Mobility Luncheon in Berlin!
Leading associations and networks have joint forces with industry partners to host the annual WIM Luncheon. Their goal: Connect female role models to enhance visibility, consequently foster innovation through diversity.
This year, 200 female leaders will once again be invited to meet on the 01.10.2019 in Berlin at the 6th RAILWAY FORUM. The focus of key notes and discussion will be connected the lead topic of the Railway Forum: Digital & Automated – The future agenda of the mobility industry.
Munich is a great example of how good governance in the field of urban mobility brings together various interest groups in order to achieve innovation and sustainability. For this reason, the German Partnership for Sustainable Mobility (GPSM) on behalf of Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development together with the Association of German Transport Companies (VDV) conducted a study tour on Governance for Sustainable Mobility in Munich, between 6 and 8 May 2019. Munich hosted 30 decision makers in city planning and transport from developing countries and emerging economies as well as innovators and city representatives from Germany.
The aim of the study tour was to introduce the concept of international and cross-organisational cooperation and the involvement of interest groups for sustainable mobility, especially in the areas of public transport and active mobility. The international participants met mobility and transport providers and authorities from Munich, such as the public mobility provider Munich Transport Corporation (MVG) and the Urban Planning Authority, which is responsible for urban mobility planning. The study trip to Munich offered international decision-makers from politics, business, research and civil society the opportunity to exchange findings and innovations and to transfer them to their home contexts.
The international guests mainly represented decision-makers from the public sector in the fields of urban and infrastructure planning as well as urban mobility and public transport on a national, regional and urban level, but also project managers of climate and sustainability initiatives from Albania, Bolivia, Chile, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Nigeria, the Philippines, Uganda and Ukraine.
Among the speakers at the event were experts from the City of Munich, representatives of public and private companies from the fields of consulting, development and software, as well as entrepreneurs and start-ups, most of whom are based in Munich or other German cities. The event kicked off with a welcome address by Prof. Dr. (I) Elisabeth Merk, General Manager of Urban Planning (City of Munich), and introductory lectures by the organisers VDV (represented by Gerrit Poel) and GIZ (represented by Armin Wagner; Twitter: @urbanarmin). Based on the German, Bavarian and Munich context with selected expert lectures and the individual problems of the international guests, all participants brought experiences together in the form of workshops and group discussions. These formats allowed an intensive exchange and problem-specific consultation between the speakers and international decision-makers during the two days of the event. A concluding excursion with selected public spaces and stations in downtown Munich offered international guests the opportunity, for example, to get to know the ‘Central Bus Station’ (ZOB), the ‘Münchner Freiheit’ mobility hub and the WOGENO cooperative housing estate with mobility station ‘WagnisART’ mobility station in terms of both organisational structure and design aspects.
The joint identification of locally different governance challenges concerning sustainable mobility and the analysis of typical challenges and possible obstacles formed the basis for the workshop and for a joint brainstorming for approaches and procedures to meet challenges in urban development. Expert contributions by representatives of the City of Munich, the municipal transport company MVG, Markus Schubert from Intraplan Consult GmbH and Sabine Nallinger as board member of the 2-Grad Foundation provided the framework for subsequent discussions and, in conjunction with the analysis of local challenges, inspired this workshop to develop mobility visions for the participating cities.
With the support of representatives of successful start-ups and companies from Germany, the event attached great importance to entrepreneurial challenges and technical innovations. Founders and CEOs from the IT sector, who are significantly involved in the creation and development of innovative mobility-related platforms and approaches, illustrated how start-ups and digital innovations can be used to promote sustainable mobility in fast-growing cities. Among others, Dr. Tom Kirschbaum, CEO of door2door, Raul Pinto from Startup Bikeee, Felix Proehl from BluGo, Begoña Otero, strategic consultant and intellectual property expert and Kirstin Hegner, Managing Director of Digital Hub Mobility at UnternehmerTUM gave inspiration to the audience.
The study trip was organized by the Verband Deutscher Verkehrsunternehmen e.V. (Association of German Transport Companies) together with the German Partnership for Sustainable Mobility (GPSM) on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Gunnar Heipp, CEO of the consulting firm Strategic+Urban+Mobility+Consulting and previously longstanding head of planning and innovation of the Munich Transport Corporation (MVG), was supporting VDV and GPSM in organizing and moderating the three-day event.
Head of German Partnership for Sustainable Mobility (GPSM) at
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Future Mobility will once again bring together more than 1,200 decision-makers from economy, academia, associations, politics and municipalities in 2019. The Congress addresses the major implementation issues of the mobility transition and will present the latest solutions of industry, science and the public sector on the EUREF Campus in Berlin-Schöneberg from 8th to 9th April 2019.
In 2018, 1,200 participants, 75 speakers and 60 media representatives attended the two-day event. You can expect innovative lectures, panels, workshops and exhibitions on the key topics of digitization, drive and climate protection in the mobility sector. The discussions will be held in German.
On 9th April, GPSM will also be on site and facilitate a round table discussion during the Women in MobilityWorkshop in the Daimler Lounge (Werkstatt). The discussion will start at 1.45 pm.
The Sustainable Urban Transport Guide Leipzig - NEW
Explore Leipzig by sustainable transport with the updated travel guide released by GPSM!
Experience various travel routes to Leipzig’s best sights by using only Sustainable Transport Modes! On the occasion of the ITF Summit, the German Partnership for Sustainable Mobility (GPSM) has updated its Travel Guide “Discover Leipzig by Sustainable Transport”.
The VDV – GPSM Study Tour on Governance of Sustainable Mobility in Munich starts today! Until the 8th May decision-makers responsible for urban planning, transportation planning and for local public transport systems in cities from developing and emerging economies come together in Munich to exchange ideas and concepts on Governance for Sustainable Mobility.
The Sustainable Urban Transport Guide Berlin - NEW
Explore Berlin by sustainable transport with the updated travel guide released by GPSM!
Through four tours using different modes of transport, you can discover the city and get to know places like the hip quarter Kreuzberg or the vibrant Alexanderplatz. You will learn valuable information on the sights you pass by and on Berlin’s history and transport development.
The guide provides you with facts on mobility in Berlin, e.g. bike-sharing and car-sharing as well as on the public transport network, regional and local transport companies, railway networks, ticketing and pricing.
Newly added, the guide features a section on Electromobility and gives an insight into the start-up scene in Berlin.
We look forward to charge the electric and digital mobility future together with you in Leipzig, Germany on May 21st, 2019!
Let’s bring together what belongs together! With the international high-level conference TUMIVolt, the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI) sets the stage: A new global market place for electric and digital mobility. On May 21, 2019 in line with the International Transport Forum (ITF) we connect you with mobility and energy providers, contractors, cities & urbanists, the public and private sectror as well as investors and donors.