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Ready to hear what Gen Z has to say about the future of sustainable mobility?

Dries Borstlap is a double Master’s student at Delft University of Technology, combining studies in Robotics and Space Engineering, while also working as a teaching assistant on creating autonomous obstacle avoiding drones.
In his spare time, he designs solar cars and engages in competitive endurance sports. Dries’ dream is to become an astronaut one day.

We engage in a conversation about what Gen Z thinks about corporate mobility.

  • What’s Gen Z’s view on (corporate) mobility?
  • How might Gen Z’s attitudes towards corporate mobility impact future workforce dynamics and organizational structures?
  • Are there any generational differences in attitudes towards corporate mobility between Gen Z and older generations, such as Millennials or Baby Boomers?