At the heart of the ecosystem, Via ID links and supports players in tomorrow’s mobility sector
(large groups, startups, regions)
With the rise of mobility challenges, transport sectors are converging, mobility player numbers growing, and investment levels are ever-higher. There is a need to encourage cooperation between private and public stakeholders for the sustainable transformation of tomorrow’s mobility. At the heart of this ecosystem, Via ID aims to become the global reference network as an accelerator for new mobility-based projects.
Via ID’s goal is to build a network and promote collective intelligence to strengthen the global ecosystem
of projects focused on new mobilities and the Smart City. To do this, Via ID created The Mobility Club,
a private circle dedicated to large groups wanting a better understanding of the mobility and Smart City
sector, and looking for a closer connection with the startup ecosystem.
With a network of thousands of mobility start-ups across Europe, USA and Asia, as well as an annual organic deal flow of over 500 start-ups, Via ID helps companies identify their future partners: access to qualitative deal-flow, online calls for experimentation, and access to a flow of start-up experimentations.
As a key operational player in the field of transport and mobility, Via ID has developed a dynamic system for a permanent and relevant analysis of the market. The monthly review contains mapping, debriefs following key tech & mobility events, insights from our international offices, reviews, and analysis of current major themes.
At the heart of its ecosystem, Via ID fosters qualitative contacts and interaction between stakeholders according to their needs and their position in the organisation: special VIP drinks receptions at key events (CES, Vivatech, etc.), demo days and a private online sharing platform.
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No actor can address the mobility issues of tomorrow alone. Whether from the traditional economy or new entrant, each actor has a piece of the puzzle. It is by dropping silos and developing alliances that we can accelerate new mobility projects.