Brussels-based Skipr is a MaaS startup, which enables companies to provide their employees with the future of mobility. It provides smart mobility services by combining public transport with both local and international mobility services. In a recent move, this mobility startup has secured €7 million Series A funding, which is a big one for the MaaS or micro-mobility industry in Europe.
Skipr secures investment to scale up expansion
The investment raised by Skipr is led by Belgian bank Belfius alongside existing investor Lab Box, which is a startup studio of automobile distributor D’Ieteren. The micro-mobility startup is all set to use this investment to develop its B2B MaaS offering in Belgium and scaleup the expansion into other European markets. Initially, it will expand into France and the other markets will follow suit. The portfolio of Skipr will be expanded and additional investments will enable continuous improvement of user experience.