COMPASS MAGAZINE #11
COMPASS MAGAZINE #11
#11BUSINESS

MATE RIMACYoung Croatian inventor aims to electrify the entire world of transportation

Starting as a young boy who wanted to build the world’s fastest car, Mate Rimac is now CEO and founder of Rimac Automobili, a Croatian technology company that manufactures high-performance electric vehicles and supplies electric propulsion systems to top global manufacturers of cars, ships and airplanes. Compass spoke with him about the challenges of a startup and his mission to change the future of transportation.

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THE FUTURE OF WORKWith automation poised to put millions out of work, economists debate if growth can create enough new ones

Since the 1970s, automation has eliminated the jobs of millions of bank tellers, retail cashiers, travel agents, airline front-desk workers and manufacturing employees. With the jobs of truck drivers, airline pilots and even medical doctors now at risk as well, it sometimes feels as if every human job except those of computer coders is destined to disappear. Compass examines the jobs at risk and the forces at work.

#11EDITORIAL

EDITORIALMonica Menghini

Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer

Dassault Systèmes

 
It is rare for a sequel to do better than the original. But that is precisely what is likely to happen in the case of platform business models.

The B2C platform model – the one that has made companies like Alibaba, Apple, Google and Amazon incredibly rich and influential – is the original story. It appeared in the 1990s. But now the sequel, the B2B platform business model, could end up stealing the show.

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