Who are AppyParking?
AppyParking aims to be the world’s first standardised parking data set and search engine.
The startup has created a management system, aptly called The Parking Platform that understands the rules and regulations of roads, as well as provides information on restrictions and tariffs from the fragmented world of the parkingsector.
With automated parking and driverless cars becoming more of a reality, AppyParking aims to inform cars where they can and can’t park and benefit not only the everyday driver, but also the B2B mobile work force. The app is currently available as an API, app or web application.
What did they say about Best British Mobile Startup?
After their success in London, we caught up with Dan Hubert from AppyParking, and this is what he had to say about their experience:
1. How was your experience of winning the regional competition?
I was delighted as the quality of companies pitching was extremely high.
2. What do you think is the biggest challenge in a start-up pitch?
Getting your message across in the simplest and most engaging way possible.
3. How will you prepare for showcasing at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona?
Practice, practice, practice with a bit more practice for good measure.
4. Why will your company become this year’s Best British Mobile Startup?
Because we’re creating holistic smart city solution that reduces congestion and pollution and increases productivity.
The “Best British Mobile Startup 2017” pitching final will be taking place on the 28th February, at the 4YFN congress based at Barcelona’s MWC.