Frequently Asked Questions
You can apply once the application period is open. We will be having 2 open calls a year, where the first one will launch on the 14th of February. You can apply here.
The program is completely free. We are not looking for equity.
Our goal is to promote the generation of innovative ventures that solve real and applicable problems around mobility. güil Mobility seeks to learn about the latest mobility solutions to accelerate them, enhance the ecosystem, and guide them by offering them support and contact networks. We seek to build the largest mobility ecosystem in the world and position ourselves as an actor in the mobility of the future.
Using the information that the application form collects, one mentor of güil Mobility network will be assigned to work depending on the necessity.
The assigned mentor will support, address and give feedback to the selected solutions, with monthly 2-hour long meetings during the whole period of the program (14 weeks). Through reports, mentors will give feedback regarding topics to work on, establish commitments, and give recommendations.
Subject matter experts:
Participants will have access to experts with deep knowledge in specific subjects such as: mobility, finance, legal, marketing, technological experts, human resources, among others. The selected startups will have 6 hours a month to access their experts of choice.
The selected startups will be supported by the güil team, who are in charge of having regular and strategic follow-up meetings in order to identify gaps and opportunities, supervise accomplishment of the initially defined work plan, and manage key networks that are necessary for the achievement of results. For güil Mobility, the autonomy of the teams is extremely important and in any case does it seek to hinder internal processes.
Startups that complete the acceleration process will have the chance to present their venture to potential investors on a final demo day. Since the objective of the acceleration program is to support and connect startups in the ecosystem, this network will be with both external and internal actors. Among the latter is güil Mobility, which could invest up to 1 MM USD.
Applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Has legally established the company.
- Technical validation of the solution, that is, that they already have an MVP or that they are in their final process.
- At least one member of the founding team with 100% dedication.
- Multidisciplinary and committed team.
- Focus on mobility.
- Expected commercial validation, that is, developed solutions that are already being marketed (not exclusive).
The application process consider 3 stages:
The startups that apply must fill out an application form on the F6S platform.
The projects selected in the form will be called to a meeting in order to deepen and validate the information provided in the form. Besides, this interview allows us to meet the entrepreneurial team.
Entrepreneurs must make a pitch of a maximum of 4 minutes, followed by a Q&A session.
- Investment Committee:
Startups will make a final pitch of 5 minutes, followed by a period of questions to the investment committee. For this, an email will be sent to those who have qualified for this stage, detailing the points that the presentation must address. It is recommended that startups include the feedback received in the previous stage.
Yes, startups from all over the world are welcome to apply.
We do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
Please be patient as we receive a lot of applications but every SUP that applies, will receive an answer before the program start date (positive or negative). In the first application form stage, güil Mobility has the right to not to give feedback to the applicants that were not selected.
Yes, due to the importance and necessity for the participants to maintain confidentiality of their business and projects presented, the Organizing Committee establishes a pattern of behavior referring to the confidential nature of the business, which each side undertakes to strictly comply with. In other words, all the startups selected for the acceleration process will sign an acceleration agreement.
Yes. If you were not selected you can apply for the next round of accelerators since they happen twice a year.