Pivoting to an Electrified Future – The Automotive Industry Amps Up
Automotive Research & Analysis Pivoting to an Electrified Future – The Automotive Industry Amps Up 22 April 2021 Colin Couchman Henner Lehne...
Mr. Armstrong is responsible for the automotive research and analysis of 250 analysts, who help OEMs, suppliers and other automotive stakeholders make better planning decisions.
His research interests cover automotive demand especially in emerging markets and new mobility and compliance trends. Recent research topics in the group include new mobility and its impact on the automotive and energy sectors, emissions compliance, and new technology trends.
Mr. Armstrong has twenty-five years of experience in the automotive industry. He holds a Master of Economics degree from the University of Western Australia, and Bachelor's degrees in economics and finance. Languages include English and French.
IEB AUTOTECH will present perspectives and studies of key players such as government agencies, local municipalities, manufacturers, suppliers, and industry thought leaders to re-examine future business models amidst the pandemic or new opportunities to the ever-growing energy demand and environmental issues.