Iain is Director of Future Mobility for Red Sea Global (RSG), a fully owned subsidiary of the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF), with a portfolio of developments along the west coast of Saudi Arabi. His portfolio covers battery electric, hydrogen and autonomous vehicles, charging infrastructure, zero carbon maritime vessels and the deployment of low emission aircraft propulsion systems, including drones and Advanced Air Mobility concepts. Prior to joining RSG, Iain was Director of Electric Vehicle Strategy, Partnerships & Innovation (Europe) for Enterprise Holdings, the largest global vehicle rental business with a fleet of over 2 million vehicles. In this role, Iain was responsible for the role out of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, training and business development for electric vehicles across Enterprise’s key corporate markets in the UK & Ireland, France, Germany and Spain. He was also involved in broader mobility and sustainability projects for Enterprise, including a fleet of 16 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Iain was previously Head of Foresight at Transport for London (TFL), covering sustainable mobility and innovation programs where transport intersect with emerging urban challenges – such as air quality, road safety, population growth, economic and social issues, urban realm, climate change and energy. He set-up the London Automotive Forum, establishing a forum for local authorities and the automotive industry to share best practice and shared goals in the urban mobility sector. He was a member of the UK Automotive Council Working Group on Autonomous Vehicles and worked on many of the early trials in London. Iain has lectured on the future of mobility at the prestigious Royal College of Art and London’s Design Museum and was honored to be one of the judges of the “Research Contest on Future Mobility in Cities” as part of the celebrations for car designer ItalDesign’s 50th anniversary. Iain has worked with a wide range of transportation and mobility bodies including the European Commission, the FIA (Formula E and Smart Cities programme), POLIS, the OECD, the World Bank and ERTICO. He is a former chair of the Chartered Institute of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) Sustainable Transport Panel and was a Director and Company Secretary for the UK Association for Commuter Transport (ACT).