• How to join the next Moove Lab batch ?

The Moove Lab supports a new batch of startups at Station F every 6 months. Do not hesitate to contact Clément Guillemot, the Moove Lab Program Manager, to find out when the next call for projects will take place.

  • What is your selection process to invest in a startup?

Are you an entrepreneur looking for funding to develop your project? You can send us your pitch deck and we will evaluate it based on the following criteria: team, project (theme, traction, innovation) and impact. Send your deck

  • How to join the Mobility Club?

The Mobility Club is a private circle dedicated to mobility and smart city corporates, so you need to join to benefit from its exclusive contents, events and other workshops. Do not hesitate to contact Vincent Cabane, Business Intelligence Manager, for more information

  • Are you looking for entrepreneurs to launch projects in a startup studio approach?

Do you want to start a business in the field of new mobilities but don’t have any project yet? Let us know and we will contact you if an opportunity arises.

  • How to apply for the European Startup Prize for mobility?

The European Startup Prize for mobility is open to mobility startups and SMEs from the European Union, a Horizon 2020 country or the United Kingdom. Your company must be created and propose an innovative project related to sustainable mobility. The 4th edition was launched on September 30, 2021 in Tallinn and the call for projects is open until November 30, 2021. Apply

  • How do you integrate Impact criteria when evaluating startups/projects?

In all of Via ID’s initiatives, the ambition is to serve the development of sustainable mobility accessible to all, in line with Mobivia’s raison d’être: “Opening Sustainable Mobility to all”.

To achieve this, the projects must meet the following UN Sustainable Development Goals as a priority: 

  1. SDG 13 – Fight against climate change: does the company’s activity avoid greenhouse gas emissions?
  2. SDG 12 – Responsible consumption and products: does the service serve a circular economy logic?
  3. SDG 3 – Good health and well-being: does the project aim to improve the health of its users?
  4. SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities: does the initiative make a solution accessible to more people or to people who are usually excluded?