Europe is recovering remarkably from the first wave of coronavirus and startups in different sectors are thriving again. Micro mobility is one such sector that is on the rise, especially since it enables users to maintain social distancing while travelling short distances. Some companies are now jumping in on the action but Amsterdam-based micro-mobility company Dott has been around for a while. The startup is now ready to set the standard across Europe after winning one of the three spots to operate e-scooters in Paris.
Setting the standard for other European cities
Dott won one of the three e-scooter spots in Paris after a highly competitive seven-month-long tender process, which recently concluded. The company will now be able to offer its e-scooters services in the city over the next two years. In a conversation with Silicon Canals, CEO and co-founder of Dott, Henri Moissinac, reveals more about how the company won the tender, what it plans to do next and more.