The coronavirus has impacted businesses in different ways. Many businesses that relied on customers walking in saw a significant drop in revenue during the lockdown. On the other hand, cloud-based companies observed a significant increase in the demand for their services. But with the lockdown now easing up, travel and micro-mobility is another section, which is expected to grow significantly. LINK is a new entrant in the micro-mobility scene that is backed up by well-known names and is looking to make a mark in the EU’s micro-mobility scene.
LINK to launch advanced e-scooters in Europe and UK
LINK is a shared micro-mobility division of the company Superpedestrian, a Boston-based micro-mobility startup. The former was launched last month after Superpedestrian acquired a Boston-based micro-mobility startup Zagster’s fleet operations business. The company is all set to expand its services to the EU.