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Cogo provides a mobile application to allow the discovery of all shared rides such as electric scooters, bikes, cars, and more on a single platform. The company was founded in 2020 and is based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
eConduce is a network of shared electric scooters in Mexico. Via an app, users can find and reserve scooters and charging stations.
listnride is a bike sharing platform which connects bikes to cycling enthusiasts. People can book a variety of individual bicycles online - including road bikes, cargo bikes and e-bikes. Bikes can be rented from brands, individuals and shops, creating multiple revenue streams.
A2B Bikeshare is creating healthier, greener, and more connected communities through affordable and tailored bikeshare system solutions. The company has created a smart bike, dumb rack system to offer a premium rider experience at an affordable price.
Ofo operates as a dockless bike-sharing platform. It helps users to scan a code from their smartphones to unlock parked bikes and enter their destination and pay via the messaging applications. It was founded in 2014 and is based in Beijing, China.
Swiftmile provides fixed, standalone parking and charging stations for light electric vehicles (LEVs). The company builds a universal charging platform working directly with municipalities and private micro mobility providers. It was founded in 2015 and is based in San Carlos, California.
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