Do you believe your "first-of-a-kind" solution has the potential to revolutionize and decarbonize the European transport and mobility sector?


If yes, the ENTRANCE project is looking for you and is excited to open up our network and expertise to help scale your solution!


If your innovative solution may improve the sustainability of urban logistics in Europe you have the opportunity to will a financial price of


sponsored by CIMALSA


The goal of the ENTRANCE Open Competition is to attract and connect innovators, buyers, and investors. Present your innovative solution to the 1st Open Competition of the ENTRANCE project to access the opportunity to win the following benefits:

  • Receive personalized funding advice from the heart of the ENTRANCE ecosystem. Our experts will guide you through the funding landscape, help you with identifying potential funding opportunities and potentially connect you with suitable partners. This covers public and private funding including innovative financing models such as crowdfunding.
  • Get the opportunity to pitch your innovative solution during the next ENTRANCE digital event on the 26th of November.
  • Get the opportunity to demonstrate your solution to dozens of potential funders and partners on the ENTRANCE platform. The video content generated during the Open Competition will enrich your profile on the ENTRANCE matchmaking platform.


Deadline: 30 October 2021

Details for participating here:


The ENTRANCE project is designed to mobilise financial resources and boost sustainable innovations in the transport and mobility sectors. To do so, the partnership will create an environment for promoting solutions to find buyers or investors. These solutions will gain visibility through the ENTRANCE Matchmaking Platform, which will count also with a Knowledge Hub to learn more about sectorial trends and financing insights.


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The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under Grant Agreement N°101006681.