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Grow Mobility

grow.mobi

Founded Year

2019

Stage

Acq - Fin | Alive

About Grow Mobility

Grow Mobility is the combination of Grin, an electric scooter sharing company, and Yellow, a provider of dockless bikes, e-bikes and scooters. On March 10th, 2020, Grow Mobility was acquired by Mountain Nazca. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Headquarters Location

Calle Guanajuato 65-105 Col. Roma Norte

Mexico City, 06700,

Mexico

(55) 4746 9790

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Expert Collections containing Grow Mobility

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Grow Mobility is included in 5 Expert Collections, including Bike & Scooter Tech.

B

Bike & Scooter Tech

360 items

We define bike and scooter technology startups as companies working on shared vehicle networks, vehicle design, and charging infrastructure for bicycles, scooters, mopeds, and other compact vehicles for one to two passengers.

F

Future Unicorns 2019

50 items

S

Smart Cities

2,078 items

A

Auto Tech

1,350 items

Companies developing battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell vehicles (FCEVs) as well as companies working on improvements to battery design, building out charging infrastructure, and launching EV sharing services to help accelerate adoption.

M

Mobility-as-a-Service

608 items

Companies developing solutions to streamline the way people move themselves. Includes companies providing on-demand access to passenger vehicles and micromobility solutions as well as companies integrating multiple modes of transport, including public transit, into one service.

Latest Grow Mobility News

Pendências judiciais: Grin e Yellow estão com dívidas acima de R$ 2 milhões

Jun 11, 2020

Além de processos movidos por pessoas físicas e jurídicas, fundo Mountain Nazca, nega ter adquirido Grow Mobility Da Redação Clique para copiar https://computerworld.com.br/2020/06/11/pendencias-judiciais-grin-e-yellow-estao-com-dividas-acima-de-r-2-milhoes/ A Grow Mobility, companhia que administra os negócios das companhias de bicicletas e patinetes Grin e Yellow, conta com processos cuja soma total ultrapassa a casa dos R$ 2 milhões, de acordo com furo publicado pelo Tecnoblog. De acordo com a notícia, foram encontrados três grandes processos no Tribunal Judicial de São Paulo (TJ-SP), todos de empresas que prestaram serviços para a empresa:  Soma de R$ 579.516,00 cobrados por uma imobiliária em ação de despejo por falta de pagamento do aluguel;  Soma de R$ 792.930,43 devidos a uma empresa de serviços de monitoramento;  Soma de R$ 826.242,07 não pagos a uma empresa de terceirização e gestão de frotas;  Também foram identificados processos movidos por pessoas físicas que se acidentaram ou foram atingidas por um dos patinetes da marca, mas com valor de indenização bem abaixo dos cobrados acima. Procurada pelo Tecnoblog, a Grow Mobility informou que não comentará sobre o assunto. Não é segredo que a companhia passa por dificuldades: em janeiro, retirou sua operação de 14 cidades brasileiras e restringiu sua oferta apenas ao empréstimo de patinetes. E-book por: O período atual de distanciamento social, que reduziu drasticamente o fluxo de mobilidade nas principais capitais do país, contribuiu para complicar a situação: na semana passada, a empresa anunciou a demissão de 50% da sua força de trabalho no Brasil. Mountain Nazca nega aquisição da Grom Mobility  Em um desdobramento desta notícia, o grupo Mountain Nazca (fundo de investimentos originário do México) entrou em contato com o portal de notícias para negar a aquisição da do Grow Mobilty - notícia amplamente divulgada no início de março. De acordo com comunicado enviado, a empresa foi comprada poro investidor Felipe Henríquez Meyer, que era responsável pela operação do fundo no Chile. Em nota enviada ao Mobile Time, a Grow confirmou o fato: “Houve uma falha de entendimento ao longo das negociações, dado que Felipe Henriquez é um dos fundadores da Mountain Nazca, o que ocasionou uma divulgação equivocada por parte da empresa. A Grow pede desculpas pelo mal entendido e reafirma que o controle da empresa atualmente é de Felipe Henriquez Meyer, e não tem envolvimento da Mountain Nazca. "  Materiais para Download

Grow Mobility Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Grow Mobility founded?

    Grow Mobility was founded in 2019.

  • Where is Grow Mobility's headquarters?

    Grow Mobility's headquarters is located at Calle Guanajuato 65-105, Mexico City.

  • What is Grow Mobility's latest funding round?

    Grow Mobility's latest funding round is Acq - Fin.

  • Who are the investors of Grow Mobility?

    Investors of Grow Mobility include NAZCA and GGV Capital.

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