On Demand Webinar
Duration: 1 hour
The nascent state of the EV market has created an opportunity for a range of players, but to capitalize on that potential, companies need to rapidly scale their businesses to survive. Whether you are a large original equipment manufacturer (OEM) faced with shifting from internal combustion engine (ICE) to battery-powered electric vehicle (BEV), a new market entrant creating a new EV product or an automotive supplier pivoting a product offering, it will be critical for all players to focus on specific drivers of growth to win in the EV market.
Because the industry has yet to establish a proven path to rapid commercialization, EV market participants will have to take an entrepreneurial mindset and approach to succeed. What factors will be critical to scaling your business and driving profitable growth? What role do commercial fleets play in supporting rapid adoption? Join this 60-minute webinar as we explore existing challenges that the EV market faces and the strategies that will be crucial to future EV growth.
In this webinar, industry leaders will uncover:
- The duality of growth for established OEMs
- How new entrants can attract capital and “build out” a company
- How smart finance strategy, customer centrism and collaborative operations can be your growth drivers to success
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Americas Mobility Sector Leader, Ernst & Young LLP
Steven Patton is a Partner/Principal at Ernst & Young LLP and is the Americas Mobility Sector Leader. Steve primarily focuses upon strategy and operational process transformation within mobility, automotive, industrial products, and diversified manufacturing clients. In addition to 27 years in consulting, Steve has previous experience at General Electric Aircraft Engines and Lockheed Space Operations Company.
Partner and US West Advanced Manufacturing & Mobility Leader, Ernst & Young LLP
Suzanne DeJong is a Partner at Ernst & Young LLP and the leader for the Advanced Manufacturing & Mobility sector in the West region. She has responsibility for connecting clients in this sector to specialized talent to help solution their most challenging business issues. Suzanne spends the majority of her time serving clients in the mobility sector and has worked with public and private companies – market leaders and emerging growth companies – in both an advisory and assurance capacity to help them build trust with their stakeholders – whether that be the board, shareholders, business partners or customers.