tal Factory will provide the MobilityX program the structure, resources and pipeline of talent it needs to thrive.”
The program is intended to help incoming startups accelerate the development of mobility-focused products and services. Entrepreneurs who participate will have the option to join in events such as Mobility Think Tank hackathons and workshops.
Startups in the program will have access to dedicated office space, classrooms and meeting rooms, and will receive mentoring on topics including marketing, product development and mentoring.
Capital Factory has partnered with other industries to foster entrepreneurship. Last year at Capital Factory, the U.S. Department of Defense launched DIUx, an incubator intended to connect the Pentagon and the U.S. tech community, and scout for startups to invest in.
Entrepreneurs interested in applying for the MobilityX program can visit MobilityX. CapitalFactory.com.
Joshua Baer, founder and executive director of Capital Factory, said that his company is “excited to team up with Moovel to foster innovation in the transportation industry.”