Moove Lab launch It’s third call for projects

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Posted on 10 September 2018

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Moove Lab, the Station F startup incubation program, launch Its third call for projects

As a reminder, Moove Lab is a new alliance between the main professional organization of automotive services, the CNPA, and Via ID, a well-known accelerator dedicated to new mobility. This partnership offers to young incubated start-ups both an opening on the automotive industry and a quality reporting for the development of their business. 

Moove Lab’s start-ups have already achieved great success, such as JustBip who received the Paris Innovation Grand Prix,, who raised 600 000 euros, Ridy who signed a partnership with the RATP or even Cocolis, winner of the European Startup Prize.

Moove Lab is looking for Its next new rising stars and launch Its third call for projects : a dozen start-ups will be selected to integrate the Station F Program and benefit from the complete support of the Moove Lab.

Are invited to apply in priority start-ups that develop a project related to the following themes:

  • Innovations for automotive services: all the innovative offers that allow traditional services trades to evolve and adapt to the new challenges of mobility (sales, after-sales, services to motorists …).
  • Access to mobility: shared mobility offers, multimodal, inclusive, solidarity … that can help to improve the access to mobility to the largest number of people.
  • Local mobility: initiatives aimed at facilitating synergies between actors, local experiments.
  • Road safety: innovative projects for road education, predictive maintenance and anything that can improve road safety.

Applications must be submitted on the site before October 10.

Over twenty start-ups will be invited to pitch on October 22nd and 23rd, before a jury composed of automotive service professionals, partner companies and politicians involved in the field of mobility or innovation.

The selected start-ups will start their program at Station F in early november, for a six months period.