INFINITI launches Smart Mobility Programme in Singapore

Seven startups will be part of the eight-week curriculum.

INFINITI Motor Company has launched the Singapore edition of INFINITY LAB in partnership with venture capital firm Nest.

“When it comes to startups, Singapore is brimming with potential and we are helping accelerate the next entrepreneurial breakthroughs in the smart mobility space," said Roland Krueger, president of INFINITI Motor Company.

Seven high-potential startups have been selected from around the world to participate in the eight-week INFINITI LAB Singapore's Smart Mobility Programme. Each of them will receive dedicated mentorship guidance from industry experts at INFINITI and Nest as they tailor and refine their business models.

The culminating event will be on 8 June, where the participating entrepreneurs will pitch their business ideas to a panel of investors to secure partnerships and funding that will help propel their businesses to the next phase.

This is the third programme in partnership with Nest. The first two were in Hong Kong. 

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