CHOOSE A CHALLENGE AND TELL US ABOUT YOUR VISION
FOR SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY!
I like to move it 2021 is a call for projects that rewards innovative solutions or technology designed to improve the mobility of the people of Sion, Valais and Switzerland.
This is your chance to win CHF 10,000 and personalised backing in putting your solution into practice on the ground.
"I like to move it" awards an interactive map to facilitate soft mobility and a "coup de coeur" award for an electric bus competition!
The interactive soft mobility map project by the company Ctrl-Tissières has won the 2021 edition of the “I like to move it” call for projects. Impressed by the degree of originality of the proposed solutions, the jury of experts decided to reward a second winner, by awarding this year’s Prix coup de coeur to the Swiss e-Bus Marathon project. A total of CHF 12,500 will be allocated to promote greener mobility.
HERE’S WHAT TO DO
WHO CAN SUBMIT A SOLUTION?
This call for projects is open to any existing business, new start-up or institution interested or active in the field of mobility and digital mobility. Solution proposals can be submitted once the challenges have been published and no later than midnight on 15 October 2021 (midnight).
ABOUT THE ORGANISERS
The I like to move it call for projects is an initiative of Mobility Lab Sion-Valais, The Ark Foundation and CleantechAlps.
Mobility Lab was established in 2014 by EPFL, HES-SO Valais-Wallis, the Canton of Valais, Sion municipal authority and Swiss Post. These partners work together to develop innovative ideas and trial solutions in the public arena in Sion and the surrounding region, focusing mainly on mobility.
Since 2004, The Ark Foundation has been backing and promoting the interests of innovative entrepreneurs, be they creators of start-ups or leaders of existing SMEs. The Foundation is an economic development organisation of the Canton of Valais.
CleantechAlps, Western Switzerland’s cleantech cluster, contributes to promoting Switzerland’s standing and strengthening the country’s economic fabric.