Prince Andrew at Pitch@Palace

Mobility startup? Pitch@Palace wants to hear from you

Founded by the Duke of York Prince Andrew in 2014, Pitch@Palace supports UK entrepreneurs by connecting them with potential investors, mentors and valuable contacts.

Successful applicants are invited to attend Pitch@Palace Boot Camp, where they receive support and strategic audience. The best of these startups are then invited to the final, where they get the chance to pitch to an influential audience at St. James’s Palace.

Previous participants include Reach Robotics, which recently closed a $7.5m Series A, and Magic Pony, which sold to Twitter last year.

The theme for Pitch@Palace 8.0 is The Future of Mobility, Autonomous Systems and Materials. We’re is delighted to be involved with the event: InMotion Managing Director Sebastian Peck will be among the mentors at Boot Camp.

If you’re a mobility, transportation or travel startup and would like to get involved, it’s not too late. But you’ll need to be quick: applications close on Thursday, September 7th.

For more information and to apply, click here.

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