Created and inspired by Michelin in 2017, Movin’On is the first global co-innovation ecosystem which brings together multinationals, startups, cities, civil society, NGOs and international organizations.

The annual gathering for members of this ecosystem is the Movin’On Summit. This year’s format was transformed due to the Covid-19 crisis into Digital Meetings held on June 3 and 4.

Florent Menegaux, Michelin CEO and Movin’On President, Selwin Hart, Assistant Secretary-General for Climate Action at the United Nations, Julie Sweet, CEO of Accenture and Patrick Koller, CEO of Faurecia, kicked off the event by underlining the importance of sustainable mobility and the key role Movin’On has to play.

  • Movin’On’s ambitions

    All year long, Movin’On works on concrete solutions and innovations to:


    • improve society by implementing multiple and complementary mobility solutions, which meet three criteria: efficiency, ethics and inclusion.
    • Acting for the planet, fighting climate change, air pollution and dwindling resources.

Communities of interest striving to achieve more sustainable mobility

On June 3, more than 1,600 participants put their heads together with the five communities of interest listening to their experiences and learning about their work in progress on the following themes:

  • designing new global transport efficiency
  • improving multimodal mobility
  • combating global warming and air pollution
  • preserving resources
  • ensuring safe and accessible mobility

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Five promising newcomers win a prize

At the grand finale of the Movin’On Startup Challenge which attracted around 3,500 spectators, the jury and the public voted for five out of the ten finalists in the following categories: Preserving resources, Global transport efficiency, Multimodal mobility, Safe and accessible mobility and lastly global warming and air pollution. The jury was co-chaired by Bertrand Piccard, Chairman of the Solar Impulse Foundation and Karima Delli, Chair, European Parliament Committee on Transport and Tourism.

I am convinced that sustainable mobility is one of the keys for a better future and that startups can bring a lot of new solutions on the ground. We need to put all the stakeholders of the mobility sector together to find collective solutions to make mobility greener, more inclusive and secure. That is why initiatives such as the Mov’in Challenge are essential. I was honoured to be one of the Co-president of the Jury for this edition.
Karima Delli, Chair, European Parliament Committee on Transport and Tourism
Showing the latest technologies for clean mobility is vital, as it proves to key decision makers that much more ambitious legislations are possible today to protect the environment. Congratulations to Movin’on for this initiative and thank you to Karima Delli for co-chairing the jury with me.
Bertrand Piccard, Chairman of the Solar Impulse Foundation

The winners received an invitation to attend the 2021 Movin’On summit as well as a tailor-made support package to develop their innovation. They will be eligible to participate in the Solar Impulse Foundation’s 1000 #Efficient solutions label program and will benefit from a personal debriefing session with Carlos Diaz, a top investor in Silicon Valley.

Save the date!

The next meetings of the ecosystem are already in the pipeline: Paris in Autumn 2020 (dates to be confirmed) and Montreal from June 1 to 3 on the McGill University campus

The Movin’On ecosystem remains active all year long and the communities of interest work non-stop. Follow them on Movin’On Connect and on LinkedIn and Twitter.

* A community of interests is a multidisciplinary group of experts from different sectors who join forces to encourage innovation in mobility solutions via an ecosystem by sharing knowledge and jointly pursuing action.


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