Volocopter Chief Executive Officer, Florian Reuter, covers game-changing shifts and opportunities arising across sustainability within aviation, critical pivots in the current environment, and more.
Boyden’s Fuelling Sustainability: An Executive View presents discussions with business and thought leaders on the issue of renewable energy and sustainability. In a micro-interview format, the series delivers diverse, global perspectives from executives across a number of industries, highlighting the unique considerations, opportunities, and obstacles across sectors and regions. The conversation is an extension of Boyden's recent issue of Resilient Leadership: Fuelling Renewable Energy, featuring the expert opinion of our Energy Practice Group Partners.
This edition features high-tech and startup expert, Florian Reuter, Chief Executive Officer of Volocopter, an aviation industry pioneer in building the world’s first sustainable and scalable urban air mobility business through all-electric air taxi services to megacities worldwide. Joining Volocopter in 2015, it was under his leadership two years later when the first-ever autonomous urban air taxi was introduced, among other innovative and ground-breaking air transport and infrastructure initiatives. In building new game-changing urban air mobility ecosystems, Volocopter is fully committed to sustainability from booking to landing, leveraging renewable technology in their air transport solutions.
In discussion with Boyden Partner, Aaron Griffin, the conversation covers game-changing shifts and opportunities arising across sustainability within aviation and mobility, industry-wide transformation, critical pivots in the current environment, consumer response, and the behavioral changes organizations and society will need to implement to have an impact.
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Find more on the topic from Boyden's energy practice group Partners, including Thomas Zay (United States), Kjetil Haug-Nodeland (Norway), Lisa Pendleton (Australia), Morten Winther (Denmark), Kevin Gormely (Canada), and Allan Marks (Australia).