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Dr Jo Dally

Global Head of City Partnerships, Lead for the Advanced Mobility Unit
BP
Jo Dally leads the Advanced Mobility Unit at BP which has been set up to build material, sustainable businesses for BP’s Downstream business in a low carbon, digitally-enabled future. Her role focuses on developing partnerships with cities and their networks to respond to new and disruptive trends in mobility, including electrification of transport, autonomous vehicles and changing ownership patterns. Before joining BP, Dally held various roles that had science, evidence and innovation at their core. Most recently she was Head of Policy at the Royal Society, where she was responsible for policy portfolios ranging from Research Culture to the UK’s exit from the EU. Before this, Dally worked in the civil service. Her roles include Deputy Director for Horizon Scanning and Emerging Technologies, Head of Innovation in the Government Office of Science, and leading the Nuclear Security team in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
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 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Collaboration and Partnership

Effective transport development is only going to come from improved collaboration and partnership between public and private sector and between private sector organisations. How can we achieve this, what opportunities does this unlock and what best practice do we have from around the world?

  • The need for improved collaboration and partnership between public and private sector and between private sector organisations.
  • An example of good collaboration and partnership from a city perspective
  • An example of good collaboration and partnership from an organisation's perspective
  • An example of good collaboration and partnership with a local authority
  • Panel
Global Head of City Partnerships, Lead for the Advanced Mobility Unit
BP

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