Thank you so much.
Well, thank you very much for your time. Really do appreciate it.
That would be awesome. Any questions for us?
I think we’ve got a member of our team who’s there right now, actually.
Where would you suggest is the best source for us to tap into talent sources? We’re able to find people of pretty good technical talent, but the overlap between that and care about…
Do you have any other feedback or any other advice for us?
That sounds great.
Oh, that’s awesome.
That’s where we hope, but can we get there? Who knows?
All that stuff is obviously really important and very helpful. If we end up building out some kind of trusted presence, some kind of trusted brand, then we’re hoping to have the good problem solve.
Which is not unrealistic. I would bet that it’s going to happen, but we also have features that if we build up…
Unless there’s some kind of technology evolution from a browser or OS perspective, we can’t do that. It’s more of a manual effort. We hope for some progress on the technical side.
We ended up testing a lot of features to basically say, “How can we create value for people down the motivational curve?” We’ve got a number of features that have been identified that really seem to work pretty well from a mobile perspective.
It’s a limiting factor, for sure.
Our ability to tap into talent pools that care about this issue can make a huge difference for us. Enough of the pitch. Any questions?
Feedback would be very much appreciated, and you have the ability to support in a way that can create a huge shortcut.
We’ve got to come up with something different. We just haven’t done it right now.
It’s short for ameliorate, which means…
Here’s what we’re working on, and we’ve got a lot of things to learn and to validate. We’re here talking to you, because we’re hoping to get feedback that can make us better.
Yeah, it’s just not a topic of conversation or a use case that we’re talked about extensively on our end, to be perfectly honest.
We’ll disclose and provide as much tools as we can. We’ll adopt whatever best practices we can.
Yeah. Anytime we go to people and say, “You’re doing wrong,” then we get the uninstall. We’re just going to lose people with that.
Well, we could say, “Boo-hoo,” or we could just say, “Hey, you can’t win them all, but if you want to…”
Celebrating and making people feel good about themselves is one of the most motivating things you can do.
That’s part of it.
Yeah. We give full visibility into what we’re doing, and we encourage the community
We help them to understand why something is better.
That’s true. That’s true. That’s possible. User does whatever they want to. Where we identify an opportunity where they can make a better environmental decision, then we draw their attention to it.
Yeah, we’ll start out fake, and then we can show real. [Conducts demo]
I’ll skip the salesy thing. I’ll go straight into the product.
That’s basically what our focus is, is how can we help these people? The angle that is to make it as easy and motivational as possible for people to make better climate decisions.
Right? Yeah, exactly.
That leaves us asking the question, “What about the 99 percent of us?” What do you do with all the people…
They say you can’t get to systematic change, or you don’t usually, until you have about 25 percent of the population who really cares and who’s willing to take action on something.
Well, yeah, exactly. There’s a growing number of people who are more and more concerned about this, but the thing is that the vast majority of them have no idea what they can do to make it happen. There’s some people who do. They’re fighting for systematic change.
Let’s do the two-minute pitch here. What we’re focused on is a solution in the climate space. I’m pretty sure I don’t need to spell out the magnitude of the challenge.
Cool. Which would you prefer, should I start with the two-minute pitch, or should I just show you the product?
I’m Ken. I came to Taiwan via acquisition originally, and I came back to Taiwan in order to work on product and innovation at Gogoro.