The study looks at 6 collaborative business models—car sharing, P2P carhsaring, corproate carsharing, e-Hailing, integrated mobility, and ridesharing. Market analysis is done for 2016 through to 2025. One of the primary reasons for the popularity of these business models is that they help combat pressing issues such as congestion and pollution, which many cities across the globe are facing.
The key metrics discussed in the study are the members and the vehicles for the applicable business models. The research service also discusses key trends that affect these segments. The mobility market will see a lot of activity in terms of investments/mergers and acquisitions among the various stakeholders. Automakers will be one of the most important stakeholders as they are trying to look at alternative streams of revenue from the mobility market. There is lot of room for innovation in the shared mobility space - both for mobility operators and technology software providers - who can keep updating their offerings to provide a more wholesome customer experience.
For the carsharing, integrated mobility, and e-Hailing market segments, the geographic scope covered is global, while for ridesharing and P2P carsharing, the scope is North America and Europe; for corporate carsharing, the regional scope is Europe.
Key Questions this Study will Answer:
1) Are mobility solutions targeted at a particular audience? What are the key events affecting their growth?
2) Is the customer mindset about vehicle ownership changing? How will it impact mobility market growth in 2016?
3) Is ridesharing competing with carsharing? Are both services poised to grow at the same pace?
4) Governments, municipalities, and corporates are looking to reduce cost, parking demand, and carbon footprint. What steps will mobility service providers take to meet the aforementioned demands?
5) What are the upcoming technology solutions influencing mobility market trends? How will existing service providers adapt to the shift in technology trends?
6) Which OEMs are partnered with key global mobility service providers? Will the entry of more OEMs affect the growth of existing market participants?