FUNDING THE MOVEMENTAn online pitch program for selected international startups
Funding the Movement is a program in which a selection of innovative mobility startups from all over the world pitch in front of international investors, seeking to finance ambitious projects. Funding the Movement 2020 will take place virtually as a part of Autonomy Digital.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN FUNDING THE MOVEMENT’S 2020 DIGITAL EDITION?
Startups looking to participate in Funding the Movement must first register as an exhibitor in Autonomy’s Startup Village. They will then be able to apply to pitch at Funding the Movement.
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FROM THE 2019 EDITION
More than 200 applications received
20 startups selected by our partners to pitch during Autonomy
More than 90 investors attended the pitches
Partners 2019 :
Funding the Movement was phenomenal! Gaining access to cutting-edge startups, I left with my finger on the pulse of mobility. The exclusive evening event for investors was the perfect way to cap it off – in true Parisian style no less!
Autonomy and Funding the Movement is a great opportunity for Mobility Startups and Investors to meet. High density of the relevant players in the vertical from around the world.
Funding the Movement was absolutely amazing experience! Go To-U was selected as Top-3 winning startups of the competition, bringing us great visibility and opportunity to continue discussions with InMotion Ventures, Via ID – Mobivia, FundingBox, and Robert Bosch Venture Capital afterwards.
I love pitch events in general, but this one was specifically great. Not only were the startups expertly curated, but the attendees were very active with their questions and diligent notetaking.
Funding the Movement was an opportunity for us to pitch to investors who were very keen on mobility, thus assuring us valuable visibility with key players for our growth. The cocktail networking event also allowed us to deepen these exchanges and initiate great discussions.
Participating in Autonomy was a great way for us to discover startups from all over the world, especially in Paris which is considered by many as ”the last-mile capital of the world”.