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Friday, October 23 • 9:50am - 10:00am
GoKid: A Sharing Economy Tool to Tackle Traffic and Emissions

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Traffic congestion in cities is one of the most significant contributors to climate change.   While investment in mass transit is widely regarded as a solution, these projects are hard to finance and take years to complete.  The power of vehicle sharing facilitated by technology, however, has the capacity to help bypass these blockades and tackle these two persistent problems. GoKid is a tool to save families time and money while reducing congestion and emissions. Co-founder Stefanie Lemcke will explain how thousands of cars can be taken off the road using GoKid, and how partnerships between private and public entities and the continuing education of families can put New York City at the forefront of a new mobility solution that will help save resources and the environment. 

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Stefanie Lemcke

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, GoKid
Stefanie Lemcke is a serial entrepreneur and an experienced digital manager who has worked in innovation and technology for the past fifteen years. With a background in the children’s market, media, and entertainment, she is now developing GoKid, a state-of-the art kids carpool app. In 2012 she co-founded New York International, a platform for international entrepreneurs launching businesses in the US. Stefanie is also a Principal at... Read More →

Friday October 23, 2015 9:50am - 10:00am
The TimesCenter

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