Principal Analyst, Automotive New MobilityMario Franjičević is principal analyst for Automotive New Mobility at IHS Markit
Mr. Franjičević is responsible for analysis and forecast of developments in future mobility, including research and analysis of global trends in mobility-as-a-service, electrification and autonomous driving technologies. He joined the automotive division of IHS Markit in 2011. Prior to his role as principal analyst future mobility, he was responsible for volume forecast and market and technology analysis of light vehicles in Europe and Middle-East/Africa. He specialized in battery electric vehicles platforms and the German car industry. Previously, he worked at Daimler AG, BMW Group Japan and Mitsumi Electronics in market research, price-/volume planning and product strategy. Mario Franjičević holds a Business of Administration from the University of Applied Sciences Nürtingen, Germany. Mario was awarded a fellowship by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) - "SP Japan (Language and Practical Training in Japan)" a post graduate fellowship program that focuses on tightening business and cultural relations between Germany and Japan with an 18 month stay in Japan. He is fluent in four languages: German, English, Croatian and Japanese.