Start-up / Scale-up Pavilion
The TaaS Technology Conference will be host to the most cutting-edge, innovative and exciting start-ups / scale-ups from the CAVs, EVS, battery/energy, infrastructure and future mobility industries.
We feel it is very important to have up and coming start-ups and scale-ups at the conference, as their developments will help drive the industry forward and help accelerate us to a new mobility and transportation future. We want to make participating at the conference affordable to start-ups and scale-ups who do not have the sponsorship budgets of the more well established companies.
If you are a recent start-up or scale-up looking to gain international notoriety and to showcase your technology to the global industry, investors and business worldwide, be sure to join our Start-up /Scale-up Pavilion.
The package will cost £1,295 and it will include:
- 2 delegate tickets (worth £990)
- A roller banner in the exhibition hall, showcasing your company and technology.
- A 3 minute pitch on the main stage, to the conference audience.
- A Feature article and advert in the March 2019 Issue of TaaS Magazine. Issue 1 of TaaS Technology Magazine can be seen here.
The start-up / scale-up package will put you at the forefront of the industry and give your company and products an opportunity to make an impact on leading industry executives.
The pavilion will be limited to 10 companies. If you are interested, please complete your details and a member of our team will be in touch.
If you have any questions about getting included in the start-up / scale-up pavilion, please contact:
+44 (0) 2476 718 970
At Tomorrow’s Journey we are building products and services to maximise the benefits of new mobility for people, communities, businesses and the planet.Our platform JRNY, solves the fundamental problem faced by both new and existing mobility solutions, low utilisation, by giving access to a network of vehicles that can be used by any mobility service, irrespective of brand or service type. We call this concept the ‘shared neutral network’.