Automobile manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover is looking to support entrepreneurs specialising in mobility technologies around the world with mentorship, investments and London work spaces.
The InMotion Accelerator – powered by Jaguar Land Rover – supports and invests in the most talented entrepreneurs in this dynamic space.
“As well as funding you, our world class team of entrepreneurs, designers and technologists will work tirelessly to support your growth,” Jaguar Land Rover said.
Later stage investments
The InMotion Accelerator is part of InMotion Ventures, which also makes later stage investments (from seed to Series B). So even if our Accelerator isn’t the right fit for your business, we’d love to hear from you.
The firm provides investment to all teams joining the accelerator. Unlike many accelerators, InMotion said it does not invest a standard amount. Instead they aim to provide the right amount of funding, with the right terms, for each team on a case-by-case basis.
The accelerator says entrepreneurs will work side-by-side with experienced Venture Partners, who have started, built and exited their own mobility businesses, as well as in-house experts in finance, operations, marketing, design and development. Our job is to help you make good decisions, quickly.
Securing further funding is critically important to the future growth of your business. We’ll use our expertise and networks to make sure you’re fully prepared for follow-on opportunities: delivering knockout pitches, and speaking to the right investors.
InMotion HQ was designed with entrepreneurs in mind, and we’ll make you feel at home while you’re part of our Accelerator. You’ll have everything you need to concentrate 100% on what’s important: making your startup a success.
The accelerator is looking for entrepreneurs with deep domain knowledge and the technical and creative capability to build a world class product.
People with genuine passion for the product and solving the problem it tackles and strong and supportive co-founder relationships.
The product should have the potential to have a significant impact on the way people and goods move from A to B and should be difficult for others to replicate while driven by meaningful insight into customer needs and behaviours.
The business model needs to have a coherent analysis of the unit economics of the business addressing a significant, global market. Strong understanding of the key operational aspects of the business