The current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic has notably impacted some sectors. Real-estate and hospitality industry are hit real hard as people stay at home and avoid unnecessary travel. The Amsterdam-based sustainable parking startup Mobypark is helping establishments in sectors hit hard by the coronavirus. The company’s peer-to-peer platform enables companies to open up their private parking spaces for the public and earn revenue in the process. Here’s how it works.
Mobypark: Sharing platform for parking
Reduced footfall from tourists and travellers is costing businesses such as hotels and other hospitality establishments. Similarly, with work from home being the new norm, office spaces are also incurring a loss. Mobypark’s platform offers an opportunity for such establishments to open up their private parking spots for travellers and commuters across europe. This in turn helps them generate revenue and consumers on the platform can save time and money.