Startupbootcamp announced the 11 teams that will participate in the first cycle of its Mobility and Transportation Program, which is part of the Bold Action initiative.

Startupbootcamp, one of the world’s leading startup accelerators, announced 11 teams that will participate in the first cycle of its Mobility and Transportation Program, which is part of the Bold Action initiative.

Via the Mobility and Transportation Program, Startupbootcamp and its co-investors invest in startups building Connectivity, Smart infrastructure, and Asset servicification solutions.

The program is tailored to the ever-changing landscape of the mobility and transportation industry and designed to empower startups and scale-ups who are aiming to disrupt the industry with their solutions.

The selected teams were part of the top 20 teams pitching during a 3-days digital event – Selection Days. From thousands of applications, twenty startups were invited to pitch their idea to investors, industry experts, mentors and partners of Startupbootcamp.

After concluding the third day of Selection Days, eleven startups were chosen to join the program and Startupbootcamp’s Bold Action investment portfolio. Hereunder is an overview of the selected startups:

Zilch – An e-commerce delivery solution for fast, convenient and affordable fulfillments.

Alamance – Providing real-time, hyperlocal solutions to road condition monitoring using IoT & sensor fusion technology.

Gelectric – Providing electrical solutions to vessels to help the maritime industry become more sustainable and greener.

Voyship – A crowd shipping platform that helps travellers to earn more money by helping others to ship products.

Gluebus – Provides bus trips to local night events by leveraging an AI algorithm to plan routes and pool tickets.

Ecobeam – A decentralised P2P platform that helps car owners to earn more money through efficient resource allocation.

Karocharge – An online platform that facilitates renting private and public EV chargers.

IndieDrinks Direct – A cloud-based platform that optimizes the supply chain by reducing the number of trucks on the roads.

Sealivery – Sealivery uses geolocation technology to bring people on boats anything they need at a time that’s most convenient to them, preventing lots of back-and-forth commutes.

Bufaga – A Smart device that can be mounted on any vehicle to help reduce the environmental footprint of company fleets in cities.

Regbes – Autonomous charger units that are located at ports and on ships, focusing on ferries.

The program will guide every aspect of efficient business building, from product development to fundraising. During the program, the startups are provided with direct access to mentors who have decades of experience in their industries, a network of potential partners, and access to a pool of investors relevant to their specific business case.

The end of the program is marked by Demo Day, the final event where the selected founders pitch and present their startups to an audience consisting of mentors, partners and investors. Demo Day will take place on December 1st 2022; if you are interested in joining this event or receiving more news about the program, you can sign up via this link:

More information about the Mobility and Transportation Program and Startupbootcamp can be found here: