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Auto Tech and Mobility Association Inc. Announces New Leadership Team at Roundtable ATM

Auto Tech and Mobility Association Officers: Mr. Mark Saberola, Chairman and President, Ms. Odessa Escartin, Treasurer, and Atty. Marlon Valderama, Corporate Secretary.

The Auto Tech and Mobility Association Inc. (ATMAI), a non-stock, non-profit organization dedicated to pioneering advancements in the auto tech and mobility sectors, proudly introduced its new slate of officers during the much-anticipated Roundtable ATM [AutoTech and Mobility] event held at the Asian Institute of Management – Dado Banatao Incubator (AIM-DBI), Makati City

At the latest roundtable, Alan Cheah from Carsome and David Almarinez from PeekUp delivered captivating keynote addresses that impressed the guests. The event also represented a noteworthy achievement for ATMAI as they formally entered into a collaboration deal with  Asia Events Group. This partnership sets the stage for the next Future of Automotive conference, scheduled to be held in Pasay City demonstrates ATMAI’s dedication to promoting innovation and expansion in the automotive technology and mobility sectors. The occasion provided an excellent forum for introducing ATMAI’s new leadership group, which is prepared to steer the organization into a future filled with innovation.

Mr. Mark Saberola, a seasoned auto industry professional with over two decades of experience, was elected as President and Chairman of ATMAI. A diverse group of officers who each bring a wealth of knowledge and commitment to the association complement his leadership, to wit:

– Ms. Odessa Escartin, Treasurer, brings her insightful experience from the event management and insurtech industries to oversee the association’s financial health.

– Atty. Marlon Valderrama, Corporate Secretary, a startup lawyer and a legal tech founder, lends his extensive legal expertise to ensure governance and compliance.

This dynamic team is further supported by a board of directors comprised of Mr. Jayvee De Leon of Forent, Ms. Olive Escartin of Oseas Tech, Mr. Kevin Abalos of AutoServed, Mr. Zes Martinez of Fame Technologies and Mr. Homer Nievera of Negosentro Group, all distinguished professionals from various sectors within the auto tech and mobility industry, all committed to driving forward the association’s mission.

“The introduction of our new officers at the Roundtable ATM marks a historic moment for our association, signaling the beginning of a new era of leadership committed to pioneering innovation in the auto tech and mobility space.” said President Mark Saberola. “With the collective expertise and vision of our leadership team, ATMAI is poised to tackle the challenges and seize the opportunities of the future, making significant contributions to the industry.”

The Roundtable ATM event provided an engaging platform for discussions on the latest trends, challenges, and advancements in the auto tech and mobility sectors, emphasizing the importance of collaboration and innovation in driving the industry forward.

ATMAI extends its gratitude to the participants of the Roundtable ATM and invites all stakeholders in the auto tech and mobility industry to join in its mission to innovate and advocate for a future defined by sustainable mobility and technological excellence.

For more information about ATMAI and how to get involved, visit www.autotechmobility.org.

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