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December 13, 2022 | Shannon Smith

Endeavor Composites chosen for automotive decarbonization accelerator

Knoxville-based Endeavor Composites is one of five startups out of nearly 100 applicants participating in the Greentown Go Move 2022 program.

Innovation Crossroads Cohort 3 alum Endeavor Composites is chosen for yet another accelerator, this one specifically focused on decarbonizing the automotive industry.

Endeavor is one of five startups out of nearly 100 applicants participating in the Greentown Go Move 2022 program. It’s “designed to accelerate startup-corporate partnerships to decarbonize automotive manufacturing and reduce vehicles’ life-cycle impact.” Along with the chance to work closely with

Knoxville-based Endeavor is pioneering high-performance, low-cost, and zero-waste composites to solve difficult manufacturing problems. They join four other startups from Detroit, Indianapolis, Canada, and Germany.

Selected startups will work closely with industry leaders BASF and Magna over a six-month period to advance commercialization efforts. Participants will also receive desk space and membership at Greentown Labs for the duration of the program and $25,000 in non-dilutive stipend funding.

The Go Move 2022 cohort will participate in three workshops with BASF and Magna, culminating in a showcase event on May 11, 2023, at Greentown Labs’ Boston location. To learn more, visit the Go Move 2022 website.