Watch on the 26th October at 10 am UK time the final webinar from the Last Mile Month series on why a sustainable last mile is beneficial for cities and the society. Add the date to your calendar here! Find out more about the speakers below.
Daniel Bianco, Transport planner at Brighton & Hove City Council and project manager for BHCCs eCargo Bike Accelerator Project, is joining our speakers’ list to share with you how local authorities are engaging with logistics and last mile operators.
Charlie Ford Cargo bike expert and last-mile specialist. I have spent the last 10 years in operational, fleet management and consulting roles at large corporations and high growth start-ups (Pure Electric, Ministry of Defence, PA Consulting). I’m focused on helping businesses transform their last-mile operations through the use of e-cargo bikes and e-bike fleets.
Sébastien Potts has over 20 years of senior logistics experience’ and his journey has led him to working in both the UK and Australia. His professional journey started in supply chain and retail logistics in Melbourne before returning to the UK to a stint logistics consulting with the Royal Mail Group and green logistics startup Gnewt. Currently he is the urb-it UK Country Manager.
George Kitchen is the Founder of Do It Properly, a London consultancy that helps small businesses calculate and reduce product lifecycle emissions. He writes and speaks about the importance of value chain emissions, and how data helps meaningful decision making in the supply chain. In his spare time he likes to swim and cycle. A lot.