Automobility LA Holding Top 10 Startup Competition
When the Los Angeles Auto Show kicks off this fall, some of the world’s top automotive startups will take the stage. If you’re running a startup that has anything to do with the automobile industry, Automobility LA is looking for you.
“As the new auto industry’s trade show, we feature companies that are redefining mobility, converging business sectors, and driving change in transportation. With so many startups coming onto the scene each year, it’s important for us to highlight the most unique ones that are poised for success.” the company said.
The top 10 automotive startups will be selected prior to the Automobility LA show. The winning startup will receive a live, on-stage advisor session with influencers and automotive industries on Tuesday November 28th. The advisors include: Bill Tai, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist, Norman Firchau, the president and chief executive officer of Porsche Consulting North America and Jeff Henshaw, Microsoft’s quantum computing program manager, according to AutoMobility LA.
“Our Top Ten competition is a true sentiment of what AutoMobility LA is all about – a celebration of the new mobility industry,” AutoMobility LA and LA Auto Show president and chief executive officer Lisa Kaz said in a news release. “As the new mobility industry continues to evolve, our goal is to recognize companies who are truly disrupting the traditional automotive space and building the next great product or service that will change our lives.”
The finalists in the contest will receive access to a complimentary booth to take advantage of the 25,000 media professionals, thought leaders, automakers, tech titans, designers, developers, investors, dealers and government officials that will attend the show being held November 27-30th at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Automobility LA is taking applications for startups here, through July 15th.
Prior contest winners include: Argus Cyber Security, Elio Motors, EverCharge, Inc., High Mobility, HopSkipDrive and PolySync.
Find out more here at AutomobilityLA.com