EIT Urban Mobility is looking for start-ups offering innovative urban mobility solutions to create a more social and healthier environment in cities.
As an impact investor, EIT Urban Mobility invests in solutions that contribute positively to at least one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) related to sustainable cities and communities, clean energy, and climate action. Furthermore, EIT Urban Mobility encourages inclusive and gender-balanced teams to apply for this funding on green mobility.
To stimulate the talent and entrepreneurial mindset in all of Europe, EIT Urban Mobility pays special attention to start-ups incorporated in the Regional Innovation Scheme (RIS), where conservative and risk-avoiding policy-making can slow down change and innovation. After their application, start-ups from these countries will be invited to a specific investment committee to ensure the channelling of the additional financial support available to RIS start-ups.
Is your start-up helping to create liveable urban spaces?
Then this investment is your chance to get a real product-market fit and enter international markets faster.
What can you expect when becoming part of the EIT Urban Mobility’s equity portfolio?
|Up to EUR 500 000 investment||Fast-track introductions to the
largest pan-European mobility
network including cities,
corporates and other
|Mentoring and hands-on
support to scale your company
with increased visibility
Access to exclusive funding
The investment application call is open for 6 months – from June 2022 to December 2022.
EIT Urban Mobility reviews investment applications following a 2-stage evaluation process, and will evaluate them as they arrive on a first-in first-out approach. The applicant will receive a notification about the decision within a few weeks from submission.
|June 2022||2-stage evaluation process||December 2022|
|Call opening||Continuous 2-stage evaluation process of applications. First-in first-out approach||Call closing|
Tips for future applicants to get start-up investment funds:
- You can prove that your company has successfully developed and commercialised products or services that represent a significant innovation in connected mobility markets where value and monetisation can be maximised.
- You have the management and technical expertise, with the necessary resources to show that the company is economically viable.
- Your company's operations, products/services contribute positively to at least one of the EIT Urban Mobility's Core Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): SDG3, SDG7, SDG8, SDG9, SDG11, and SDG13.