COVID-19 in Beijing, Talking Urban Mobility with Didi

 

 

As the world reels from the impacts of COVID-19, ride-sharing companies must work to ensure customer and employee safety. In this webinar, hear from Alicia Veneziani, a FACC Foundation Scholarship winner and Strategy Manager at DiDi, on how the Chinese ride-sharing company has adapted and the key takeaways learned. Alicia offered her feedback on what the “return to work” phase could look like and how companies in the US and Europe can build on the steps made in China.

Alicia Veneziani lives in Beijing, where she is responsible for International Strategy at China’s No. 1 ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing. Alicia previously supervised product development at Tesla, in Palo Alto, CA. Prior to Tesla, she expanded the clean mobility business line of Air Liquide, a leading chemical company, in Asia based out of Shanghai. Alicia is an engineer from AgroParisTech and holds a Master of Economics from IFP School and an MBA from MIT. Alicia is also a FACC Foundation Scholarship Alumna.

About the FACC Foundation: The French-American Chamber of Commerce Foundation was launched in 2012 to sponsor the training and education of the next generation of transatlantic business leaders. Through its highly selective "Serge Bellanger French-American Business Scholarship Program," the FACC Foundation provides financial support to French students seeking to pursue an MBA in the U.S., and to American students who wish to pursue an MBA, a master's degree or a mastère specialisé in a business-related discipline in France.