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EIT Urban Mobility Action and Impact Group kick off


EIT Urban Mobility invites you to join the kick off event for its newest initiative, the Action and Impact Group (AIG).

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The EIT Community is launching a pilot programme called Action and Impact Group (AIG) to support partners and cutting-edge researchers and innovators in identifying, applying for, and securing regional, national, and European-level funding for urban mobility projects.

The Action and Impact Group (AIG) will deliver impact within the scope of the EIT Urban Mobility mission to create more liveable places, by creating and supporting consortiums tackling urban mobility challenges and accelerating change towards sustainable urban mobility models. The Action and Impact Groups will be organised by challenge area, and the initial challenge areas will be Future Mobility and Sustainable City Logistics.

EIT Urban Mobility extends a restricted invitation to join the AIG launch event taking place on Wednesday, 9 June from 9:30-10:30 (CEST).

Attendees will hear from EIT Urban Mobility CEO Maria Tsavachidis and thematic directors Lluis Puerto, Factory, and Gareth Macnaughton, Innovation, about the objectives and strategy of the AIG pilot. Afterwards, participants can join one of two breakout groups to learn more about the first two challenge areas – Future Mobility, coordinated by Delia Mitcan and Sustainable City Logistics, coordinated by Anna Clark. Participants will learn about programme roll-out and upcoming events.


09:30 - 10:00

Introducing the AIG Pilot programme:

  • Introduction - Gareth Macnaughton, EIT Urban Mobility Innovation Director
  • Setting the Scene - Maria Tsavachidis, EIT Urban Mobility CEO
  • AIG Objectives and Strategy - Gareth Macnaughton, EIT Urban Mobility Innovation Director and Lluis Puerto, EIT Urban Mobility Factory Director
10:00 - 10:30

Breakout sessions:

  • Future Mobility - Delia Mitcan, AIG Coordinator


  • Sustainable City Logistics - Anna Clark, AIG Coordinator

For more details, please visit the dedicated event page.

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