New mobility behaviours and their impact on creation of new business models

Agnieszka Szmelter, Henryk Woźniak


Megatrends developing in the global economy are mainly connected with social determinants influencing customer demand. A new generation, Y generation, declares other priorities than previous ones, what will result in the emergence of new mobility behaviour patterns. This in turn will be a drive for creation of new business models in particular sectors, for example in the automotive industry. The article presents these changes as well as autonomous vehicles and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) as concepts connected with future people mobility and new business models.


megatrends, automotive, business models, mobility, maas, avs, autonomous vehicles, mobility service providers, supply chains, logistics

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