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FT Future of the Car Summit: Innovation Labs

FT Future of the Car Summit: Innovation Labs

This event has been postponed. We are currently working with the Financial Times to reshape this activity.

This year the Financial Times is adding an exciting new parallel track to Future of the Car Summit 2020, ‘the Innovation Labs’. This will showcase some of the best emerging technologies which are set to disrupt the automotive and transport markets in the next decade.

We therefore invite applications from companies and researchers with near to market technology, to present in the Innovation Labs session to an audience of automotive industry leaders.

Whether it is reducing emissions, going electric, designing performance or in-car experience functionality, you will have the opportunity to showcase your research or business to some of the ‘C’ suite of leading players in the industry.

Benefits of taking part:

 the opportunity to talk about your technology to the leading players in the industry

 get direct feedback through Q&A from your potential customers

 a free two-day pass for the event (value £1,999)

 the chance to network with the top OEMs in the automotive sector.

This unique opportunity is offered fully-funded to those that are selected to take part and will also enable you to tap into the benefits of our highly regarded Scale-Up Programme

Applications are open until 17:00 on 9 March but sessions will be confirmed as appropriate applications are made, so make sure you apply ASAP to ensure you are considered for this exciting opportunity.

All participants will be notified by 31 March latest.

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Please submit an application for the FT Future of the Car Summit Innovation Labs using the form below.

FT Future of the Car Innovation Labs Application Form

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