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Nils Wollny brings extensive experience in strategy, digital business, and innovation to his current role as CEO of holoride, a spin-out from Audi focusing on the next generation of in-car entertainment. Nils’ passion for mobility and media led him to co-found holoride in 2018, and since then, holoride has been named the “Best of CES 2019” and acknowledged by TIME Magazine as one of “The 100 Best Inventions of 2019.” Additionally, Nils was recently named a “Rising Star” for 2020 by Automotive News Europe. In 2018, German Automobilwoche acknowledged him as a “40 under 40” high-potential manager. Prior to co-founding holoride, Nils led one of Europe’s leading digital agencies as Managing Director before joining Audi as Head of Digital Business. In this role, he was responsible for digital services and platforms.
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February 25th, 2021 – Thursday
This session will give you insights in Virtual Reality, In-Car-Entertainment and Mobility.
Expert Discussion + Q&A
Especially relevant for OEM, Tier One, and curious minds.
In this session, we will discuss why the in-car experience is an increasingly crucial factor for future success within the mobility sector and in particular for automotive companies. We will elaborate on how the standardization of tech components can open up a universe of possibilities for 3rd party developers. We will further elaborate on potential opportunities in terms of (brand) differentiation and customization. Furthermore, we will share a few insights on working together with some of the most progre…
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