Project Description

The Future of Electric Vehicles is Vertically Integrated

Date & Time:

June 24, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

It’s been a busy year for Ideanomics (NASDAQ: IDEX) as they’ve completed the acquisitions of seven companies in the EV and EV infrastructure space. They’ve also rebranded their company to better communicate their positioning.

Join us for an Ideanomics C-Suite Roundtable to hear from CEO, Alf Poor, CRO, Kristen Helsel, and CSO, Dr. Gordon Abas Goodarzi, PhD, PE where they will present the company’s strategy for the second half of 2021 and beyond.

At this FORCE Family Office exclusive webinar, you’ll see how Ideanomics is bringing together several electric vehicle and EV infrastructure companies to create an integrated organization poised to dominate the EV space in the years ahead.

Our Panel Will Feature:

Alf Poor, Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Poor has helped successfully build and exit several start-ups, and has raised hundreds of millions of dollars in public and private capital. Mr. Poor is committed to equality and sustainability and is spearheading Ideanomics push into the Electric Vehicle (EV) space, where the company has built a global footprint of operating companies both organically and through acquisition.

Kristen Helsel, Chief Revenue Officer

Ms. Helsel has grown new business around disruptive technologies by identifying, negotiating, and closing global deals. Prior to Ideanomics, Kristen was partner for DKS Investments, where she consulted in renewables and tech including Solar+Storage, EV Charging, and Drones. Her leadership experience also includes Generac Power, Pika Energy, and AeroVironment where she was named one of Automotive News’ “Electrifying 100: the 100 Most Influential People” in the EV Industry.

Dr. Gordon Abas Goodarzi, PhD, PE, Chief Science Officer

Dr. Abas Goodarzi is a 30-year veteran of the electric, hybrid, and fuel cell industries and co-founder of Enova Systems. He pioneered the powertrain for General Motors’ EV1 electric car. Formerly an Associate Professor with California State University, San Francisco, and a Project Engineer, Variable-Speed Induction Wind Generator for U.S. Windpower, Dr. Abas Goodarzi was also a Senior Scientist, Hughes Aircraft Company, and Technical Director for General Motors Electric Vehicle Powertrains.

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