Global Mobility Market—Strategic Profiles of Key Participants, 2016

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The Sharing Economy is a global Mega Trend disrupting several industries, including the automotive sector, by shifting value from individual to collaborative consumption. With ever-increasing population density, urbanization, pollution, congestion, and connected lifestyles, the industry is witnessing a new wave of products and services that help improve the efficiency of the transportation network. The world is moving away from a car ownership-centric model to one that is car access-centric, where cars can be used by the hour.

This research study looks at 3 such collaborative business models—car sharing, eHailing, and ridesharing—in 2016. One of the primary reasons for the popularity of these business models is that they help combat pressing issues such as congestion and pollution that many cities across the globe are dealing with. The study also explores the impact the different business models have on the environment in terms of kilometers reduced from the road, reduced tons of carbon dioxide, monetary savings from ride on demand (ROD) off reduced mileage, and cars removed from the road.

The key metrics discussed in the study are the members, vehicle, and revenue for each business model. The market shares of the participants in the carsharing and eHailing segments have been discussed. For the ridesharing segment, the market shares of different business models are explored. The study also offers profiles of the key market participants in each of these segments. It discusses key trends that affect these segments.

There is a lot of room for innovation for in the shared mobility space for mobility operators and technology software providers that can keep updating their offerings to provide a more wholesome customer experience.

The base year for this study is 2016 and the study period is from 2016 to 2025. For the carsharing and eHailing market segments, the geographic scope covered is global, while for ridesharing, the scope is North America and Europe.

Key Questions this Study will Answer:

•     Is the customer mind-set on vehicle ownership changing? How does it affect the growth of the mobility market in 2016?
•     What are the profiles of key participants in each segment?
•     What will be the impact of the various mobility models on car ownership and the environment?
•     How is each mobility service market segmented?
•     What are the upcoming technology solutions influencing mobility market trends? How will existing service providers adapt to the shift in
technology trends?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Executive Summary—Key Findings
Traditional Carsharing
Mobility Solutions—Ridesharing
eHailing
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Key Questions this Study will Answer
Research Background
Research Methodology
3. Shared Mobility Market—Carsharing Segment
Carsharing Business Models
Profile—Car2go
Profile—BMW DriveNow
Profile—Zipcar
Profile—FCA Enjoy
Profile—Bollore
4. Ridesharing Segment
Ridesharing Business Models
BlaBlaCar
Faxi
Flinc
Heetch
Kangaride
Zimride (Owned by Enterprise Car Rental)
Via
5. eHailing Segment
Definition of Taxi Business Models
Uber—Company Snapshot
Gett—Company Snapshot
Grab—Company Snapshot
EasyTaxi—Company Snapshot
Careem—Company Snapshot
6. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
Growth Opportunity—Mobility Business Models
Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth
7. Conclusions and Future Outlook
Impact Analysis of Carsharing
Impact Analysis of Ridesharing
Impact Analysis of eHailing
Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
Conclusions and So-what Analysis
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
8. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. Mobility Market: Key Industry Participants, Global, 2016
2. Carsharing Segment: Types of Carsharing Services, Global, 2016
3. Ridesharing Segment: Business Models, Europe, 2016
4. Ridesharing Segment: Overview of BlaBlaCar, Europe, 2016
5. Ridesharing Segment: Overview of Faxi, UK, 2016
6. Ridesharing Segment: Overview of Flinc, Germany, 2016
7. Ridesharing Segment: Overview of Heetch, France, 2016
8. Ridesharing Segment: Overview of Kangaride, North America, 2016
9. Ridesharing Segment: Overview of Zimride, North America, 2016
10. Ridesharing Segment: Overview of Via, North America, 2016
11. Taxi Business Models—An Overview, Global, 2016
12. Mobility Market: Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth, Global, 2016
13. Mobility Market: Conclusions and So What Analysis, Global, 2016


1. Traditional Carsharing Segment: Overview, Global, 2016
2. Ridesharing Segment: Overview, Europe and North America, 2016
3. eHailing Segment: Overview, Global, 2016
4. Car2go: Member and Vehicle Growth, Global, 2011–2016
5. BMW DriveNow: Member and Vehicle Growth, Global, 2011–2016
6. Zipcar: Member and Vehicle Growth, Global, 2009–2016
7. FCA Enjoy: Member and Vehicle Growth, Global, 2013–2016
8. Bollore: Member and Vehicle Growth, Global, 2012–2016



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