CW encourages members to enter the SMMT Future Mobility Challenge 2019

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CW are pleased to be one of the partners for the upcoming SMMT Future Mobility Challenge which will be taking place on the 17 October 2019.

Are you a start-up, a scale-up or an SME with cutting-edge solutions to some of the problems that impede the seamless and efficient movement of people and goods? Do you have innovative ideas that can help redefine the future of mobility and the automotive industry?

Back by popular demand following the resounding success of last year’s inaugural edition, the SMMT Future Mobility Challenge will enable start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs to make innovative ideas and solutions discoverable to five of the world’s largest and most recognisable automotive brands: Bosch, Ford, Honda, Toyota and Volvo Cars.

Car brand SMMT Future Mobility Challenge

SMMT are inviting start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs to pitch innovative ideas and solutions to address eight key mobility challenges of the future. Those with the best solutions will be shortlisted and invited to meet with, and pitch live, to the five major brands at a one-day event in London on 17 October 2019.

This is not another start-up competition. Successful start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs will be able to seriously negotiate a range of bespoke partnership opportunities, ranging from access to world-class mentoring, incubation facilities and live pilot sandboxes, to unparalleled routes to market and investment.

For further information on this exciting competition, visit: https://www.smmt.co.uk/events/future-mobility-challenge/

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