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A belgian start-up based in Brussels is launching a hub on mobility which will inform, guide and advice all types of users on the soft mobility options. Products in the micromobility sector related to alternative mobility or micromobility are requested. The partner should be able to provide products for demonstration, technical assistance to assist the requests from the customers as well as repair and maintenance programs. Commercial agreement with technical assistance is sought.
Mobility is identified as one of the main pains of companies and citizens. A belgian start-up based in Brussels is launching a hub on mobility to bring closer other innovative mobility solutions to the public with the objective to steer their habbits towards a more sustainable mobility.
The hub will be located in a strategic place in the very heart of Brussels. It will inform, guide and advice all types of users and it will promote the most alternative and innovative mobility solutions with an objective on sustainability.
This hub will become a showroom where the user can seek information related to urban mobility products and services and test the products. Therefore it provides high visibility to the innovative mobility options present. Rental, trainings and partner’s worskhops are proposed to promote the products and the mobility services of today and the future.
This start-up is looking for products in the micromobility sector related to alternative mobility or micromobility such as electric scooters, onewheels, electric skateboards, electric unicycles, safety related products or other innovative solutions not yet on the market. Any products that have built in features to address the kids' needs and ensure their safety are also of interest.
The partner should be able to provide products for demonstration, technical assistance to assist the requests from the customers as well as repair and maintenance programs. Therefore, a commercial agreement with technical assistance is sought. The goal is to establish long-lasting collaborations with producers of each micromobility product enabling the mobility hub to provide a complete offer to its clients.
The start-up is looking for products related to alternative mobility or micromobility such as electric scooters, onewheels, electric skateboards, electric unicycles, safety related products or other innovative solutions not yet on the market.
Products should have the following technical requirements :
- a minimum of 20 km autonomy,
- 24 km/h speed,
- hill climb ability of 25 degree,
- regenerative braking system,
- safety lights,
- weatherproof (IPX7)
- or any other innovative system designed to improve the user experience.
Already in development for more than a year and shared with the main actors of the mobility in Brussels. The project was developed by a team of Brussel’s citizens, project management experts, passionate about new technologies, unconditional users of sustainable mobility and convinced of the need to change to a soft and sustainable mobility in cities.
Nearly 200m² of space located in the new metro station "Bourse - Grand Place", right in the heart of Brussels. A concept created to last with the purpose to promote innovative solutions in a unique place dedicated to urban mobility that has been strategically designed by the City and the Region.
The mobility hub will officially open its doors in September 2019 and position this concept as a pilot project for the first physical and permanent mobility information centre in Belgium.
Type of partner: SME or industry
Area of expertise: micromobility sector
Role of the partner: provider of micromobility products, repair and maintenance programs for demonstration under a commercial agreement with technical assistance.
Based on a consignment stock program, the partner should be able to provide a limited number of items to be stocked in the mobility hub but always owned by the retailers (the partner) until the item is sold. This model is based on a “no cure no pay” deal. From a responsibility and insurance point of view, all items stocked in the Mobility Showroom space are under its organisation’s responsibility and covered by its insurances.