On the 18th of May BigMile got the chance to pitch themselves at the European scale-up competition. They described what they do to help create a more sustainable supply chain by bringing useful insights for logistics companies. Audience had the chance to vote for what they thought should be the winner.
BigMile winner of the scale-up competition
Big thanks to all BigMile voters, because BigMile was voted as the winner of the fourth European Supply Chain Start-up Contest during the inNOWvate Supply Chain Event. A perfect example of how the SaaS solution is increasingly able to profile itself as thé standard in CO2 footprint calculation and optimization. This prestigious contest has been organized annually since 2018 by Supply Chain Media, publisher of the Dutch trade journal Supply Chain Magazine and the quarterly European publication Supply Chain Movement.
Part of the Maturity Matrix of European supply chain start-ups
Supply Chain Media has been publishing the annual Maturity Matrix of European supply chain start-ups since 2018, for which it analyses more than 160 start-ups from across Europe and positions them in the matrix comprising ten different categories of supply chain solutions. Supply Chain Media regards the start-ups and scale-ups in the matrix as being qualified to enter the annual contest. Recently, BigMile had a chance to find a prominent position on this list.
The most promising supply chain scale-up
One of the main criteria for a business to be considered a scale-up was that it is a young company that has raised more than €2 million in capital. The Dutch scale-up BigMile received the most votes from the online audience for its independent solution to measure supply chain-related carbon emissions, thus defeating fellow finalists BuyCo from France, Germany-based doks.innovation and the Norwegian scale-up Mixmove. BigMile won a media campaign worth €10,000 across the various media channels of organizer Supply Chain Media.
Again, thanks to all voters. At BigMile, we are eager to continue making the logistic market a more sustainable one. And by winning this competition we hope to keep on making our mark.