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We’re expanding our innovation matchmaking capabilities to the future of mobility

Electrification, Connected and Autonomous vehicles and Mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) is disrupting the way people and goods move.

As the global pioneers of fintech matchmaking, Matchi is now expanding what we've done successfully in financial services and working closely with our KPMG colleagues globally to find companies that are innovating the future of mobility.

Collaboration, alliances and acquisitions are the way forward.

The sector convergence being caused by Mobility means that incumbents will need agility, new technology and new capabilities to access the emerging opportunities

The KPMG Matchi innovation matchmaking capability seamlessly connects corporates with leading emerging tech companies that are actively changing the future of mobility ecosystem.

The volume and scale of investment in Mobility Tech is increasingly rapidly

Ford and Argo AI acquire Princeton Lightwave – developer of lidar sensing devices

Siemens invested $43m in Chargepoint – a provider of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles

GM buys Strobe and Cruise Automation - a company that is focused on capturing data points

BP has invested in mobile electric vehicle charging company Freewire

Emerging technologies are disrupting multiple sectors and value chains

We believe that Mobility2030 will result in multiple value chains converging with the customer at the heart.

Click on the image to enlarge and see our current thinking on this emerging ecosystem. If you can see your company fitting within these categories, you have to enter the challenge!!

What our clients say.

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Raphael Troitzsch, Head of Automotive Solutions & Smart Homes at Swiss Re
We can finally stop worrying about doing part of the trip by car, part of the trip by bike, part of the trip by train, and book that in 15 different places, and do the research and the matching of timetables. I'm really looking forward to an era where A to B is the question and not colour of car or which mode of transport at which price. It's all combined, and it's one seamless experience to everyone, not just people in cities and developed worlds, but really everyone.


Charlie Simpson, Head of Mobility2030
This is now moving away from the theory about Mobility and the reality to how it is impacting people’s businesses. The one key message is that no one single organisation, no one single sector, has the answers to this. This implies the degree of collaboration we envisage at the beginning, and the evidence for today is that that is exactly what is happening
- Charlie Simpson, Head of Mobility2030

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