Welcome to Vertical Tracks

A series of four events where we dive deep into the realms of a vertical on the rise. This fall we investigate the future of Mobility. Join us in conversation with industry experts, startup founders and corporate leaders on how, what, when and where the future of Mobility takes shape.

Next event:

Future Day -
How do we pave the road from single projects to radical transformation

Future Day is the last event in a series of four events where Camp have invited companies, industry experts and startups to search for answers onwhat the Future of Mobility will look like.

So far, we have explored technology, business models and trends such autonomous driving, connected cars and telematic, mobility as a service and car sharing. During Future Day we will once again have a great line up of expert speakers who will share their experiences and insights with us. But how can we move into the future together? What are the obstacleswhen implementing new solutions? Are the customers ready? How can ecosystem partnerships drive change and when will the future of mobility happen?

Rasa Strumskyte, Country Director Nordics at Talent Garden


  • Nikolaj Bjerngaard, Future mobility lead, New Business and Customer Innovation, Tryg
  • Jason Weiss, COO, Axis Innovation
  • Sophie Bohr Grønbæk, CEO, Undo
  • Jacob Saugman, Head of Innovation Execution, DSB
  • Kåre Carlsen, Innovation Director, FDM
  • Jane Kaasgaard, Vice President, New Business & Customer Innovation at Tryg
  • Orsolya Hegedus, Lead Automotive Sales & Delivery and Vice President Casualty Underwriting, Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd
  • Hans Kristian Aas, CEO, imove

When and sign-up:

Thu, 3 December 2020
09:00 – 12:00 CET
Sign up here.

Vertical Tracks: Event overview 2020

Looking for the Future of Mobility

Morning Brief: 8 October

How data and new business models will reshape the industry.

Skills Lab: 22 October

Data and AI taking the wheel

Skills Lab: 12 november

Designing the next generation business models

Future Day: 3 december

How do we pave the road from single projects to radical transformation