The World’s leading vehicle glass repair and replacement service provider, Belron (which operates as Autoglass in the UK) has teamed up with Innovation consultant and tech investor L Marks, investment fund and innovation partner.
Drive with Belron, launched as part of the partnership is looking for startups to adapt their existing products and ideas to help improve what Belron deliver, and solve the challenges Belron faces.
To find out more about the 12 week accelerator programme (running from May-July 2016) watch the following video that describes the details of the programme.
Belron have also several interviews to help potential startups better understand the challenges Belron want to solve with startups on it’s programme.
The first is with Simon Brown on improving productivity and efficiency:
Next Ed Colley describes the opportunities on improving service and the customer experience:
Stephen Payne breaks down the potential of delivering additional services:
Louise Nowell describes the challenges of engagement with field employees:
Finally Nicolas Lenoir discusses the exciting prospects that can happen with better knowledge and insight:
Belron believe that with the Drive programme they can a lot to learn from how startups think and how they go about solving problems and building their solutions. Startups have the opportunity to learn how to scale their solutions with a multinational company like Belron, can create real win-win in the accelerator.
Belron are looking to find startups that have really innovative solutions to some of the opportunities to improve Belron’s business.
If you are interested in applying, see the simple application form for Drive with Belron.