July 5. Yauza Hall. 12:35 - 13:05

Panel discussion

Share it! Leadership strategies of carsharing

The sharing economy is most evident in the transport sector. This is where it has a huge impact on the efficiency of resource use, reducing road congestion, consumer costs, the environmental burden on the city, and thus improves the quality of life. Carsharing is a strong trend around the world. Moscow just joined this race but has already made a bid for leadership. In the autumn of 2018, JP Morgan Bank analysts called the Moscow car sharing market the fastest growing in the world in their report, and in the spring of 2019, the Mayor of Moscow called the capital's park of carsharing the largest in Europe. By the end of this year, according to the Department of Transport, Moscow will have reached the world's leading positions.

  • What are the results of developing carsharing for the transport systems of megacities - do they already lead to significant indicators of switching from a private car?
  • How does the carsharing economy work and what will the market look like in terms of key players, rates, service in a few years?
  • How do dynamic rates help attract new users to carsharing? What kind of company innovations attract new users?


Aleksey Mityaev
Adviser to the head of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development of Moscow


Simon Broesamle
Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO), SHARE NOW, Germany
Mukhit Seidakhmetov
СЕO, Delimobil, Delisamokat, Anytime
Vincent Carré
Deputy Director International Sales Development, Groupe Renault
Loriana Sardar
Managing Partner, BelkaCar
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