Chief Executive Officer
Flexible Ownership & Innovative Mobility Models
New technologies and business models are unlocking what could be a trillion dollar market for new mobility services. Our panel of speakers will tackle these questions and more:
Technology, infrastructure, or consumer acceptance – which of these is the biggest hurdle for new mobility?
What is the tipping point in consumer behavior we need to see for new mobility to be successful?
Explain how dealers fit — or don’t fit, into the world of new mobility.
Which pieces of the value chain are you most and least prepared to address?
How far away are we from widespread consumer demand for new mobility beyond the traditional lease / buy model? 1-year, 5-years, 10-years?
What about OEMs? What role do they play?
About Gary Tucker
Gary Tucker is a 30-year veteran of the automotive industry and CEO of the telematics platform provider Zubie. Prior to joining Zubie he was CEO of the automotive review site DealerRater where he guided the company’s growth and led a founder transition resulting in a successful exit for investors as DealerRater was acquired by Cars.com in August of last year.
Prior to that, Gary was a senior executive with J.D. Power and Associates (JDPA) for 12-plus years. During his tenure there he held several roles including senior vice president, global product management and marketing, a position in which he established the company’s first product and strategic marketing organization. He also was instrumental in the global growth of the services sector for JDPA and previously led its automotive client services team.
Earlier in his career, Gary was vice president of marketing and product planning for American Isuzu Motors Inc. and also held various sales and marketing positions at GE Capital Auto Financial Services, including as business leader of their Canadian unit, GE Capital Autolease Canada, located in Mississauga, Ontario. He spent the first 10 years of his automotive career working in the retail automotive industry in the Northeast.
Gary studied engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and earned an MBA from the University of Southern California