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CoMotion 2022: Nov 15-17 | Los Angeles, USA + Online

ABOUT

The L.A. New Mobility Challenge is an annual global startup competition focused on innovative, zero-emission solutions for the challenges of urban mobility.

The Challenge is focused on startups and early-stage companies making a real impact in the sustainable mobility space.
Challenge finalists will pitch in front of a curated team of investors, VCs, and key players from the public and private sectors during CoMotion LA, November 16-18, 2021.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

Previous LANMC winners have used the event as a springboard for further growth: raising million of dollars in subsequent financing, while disrupting the mobility industry. Past winners include:

2021 Winner: ENSO, developing better tires for electric vehicles and working directly with OEMs and EV fleets to extend EV range, while reducing carbon emissions and tire pollution.

2020 Winner: Zeti, working to disrupt zero emissions cargo vehicle financing, out of the United Kingdom!

2019 Winner: Xtelligent – an infrastructure company developing the traffic signals of tomorrow.

2018 Winner: Metro Africa Express – a personal mobility company committed to making moto-taxis safe, affordable and accessible across West Africa.

2017 Winner: Swiftly – a smart infrastructure company developing enterprise software to help transit agencies and cities improve urban mobility.

PANEL OF EXPERTS

Thanks to all of the judges of the LA New Mobility Challenge. They brought in their expertise to evaluate the six finalists following criteria such as environmental, social and economic impact:

• Meg Arnold, SVP Market Transformation at LACI
• Elizabeth Reynolds, Accelerator Program Director, Starburst
• Matthew Melling, Trade & Investment Officer (Technology)
• Damien Scott, CEO & Founder, Marain
• Boris von Bormann, Founder & Managing Partner, Renu Ventures
• Laurent Garrigues, journalist and representative, Mobility Makers

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