The Moove Lab launches its 4th call for projects

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Posted on 28 February 2019

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The Moove Lab launches its call for projects to integrate its 4th promotion ! 

Created by the National Council of the Occupations of the Automobile (CNPA) and in partnership with Via ID, the Moove Lab  is the Station F incubator dedicated to mobility startup.  

 

Since its creation in September 2017, the Moove Lab has supported 20 startups and is now researching its next rising stars to integrate its 4th promotion.

 

This 4th call for projects is part of a high-stakes context with the launch of the Big Debate and the upcoming project of the Mobility Orientation Law (LOM). This is why this new start-up promotion must be able to meet the needs and expectations of the French in terms of mobility, whether in terms of access to mobility for everyone in the regions, but also to promote daily mobility.

 

A 6-month accompanying program

The selected startups will benefit from a personalized support of 6 months starting in mid-May 2019.

 

This program represents an opportunity to be part of an extremely rich ecosystem. For example, the last promotion had partners  such as Europcar Mobility Group and many corporate sponsors such as CGI Finance, Cofidis, Total or Bridgestone.

 

Joining the Moove Lab, it’s benefiting from a unique ecosystem, quality expertise, privileged access to stakeholders in the automotive sector and sponsors of the program. The Moove Lab is also a community that gather 20 startups and more than 15 program partners! Via ID is proud to accelerate the Moove Lab’s startups in achieving their goals, whether they’re commercial, financial or even human.

 

Jean-François Dhinaux, Director of incubation, marketing and strategy of Via ID

What are the main steps ? 

1) The call for projects is open until April 3, 2019.

 

2) Around twenty startups will be invited to pitch on April 25 before a jury composed of automotive service professionals, partner companies and politicians involved in the field of mobility or innovation.

 

3) In the end, a dozen of startups (around 40 workstations) will integrate the program at Station F and benefit from the complete and free support of the Moove Lab by mid-May 2019.

 

Who can apply ? 

The Moove Lab and the CNPA are seeking in priority projects oriented on the following themes: