Category Tech
21 March 2016,

Mega-cities are growing rapidly, pollution increases quickly and traditional mobility infrastructure is about to collapse – especially in emerging regions. The urgency of the matter calls for quick action, sometimes aggressive.

A leading urban mobility startup has stolen KFIT‘s chief talent officer. Ally is working on a vision to build the “operating system” for driver-less public transport.

Erika Enberg joined KFIT to change the world through fitness but apparently helping people be even more lazy is her new quest for meaning in life. She has joined ally in Germany and has left the warm comfort of Kuala Lumpur behind.

Does her departure mean that KFIT is no longer building awesome things? Does it mean KFIT is no longer flexible, with a flat hierarchy?