Last mile connectivity in a city is definitely not an easy space to break into. With numerous startups, scaleups and well-established companies vying for a chunk of the same market, any new entrant will be left grasping at straws. However, one startup has made a name for itself soon after launching its services in the European market. The Berlin-based micro-mobility startup Flash has announced that it achieved one million e-scooter journeys in a span of merely four and a half months.
Additionally, the startup is rebranding itself and will now be called Circ as it gears up to expand into new territories. The company will launch its services in Germany this week, which means it will be the first legal service on public roads in the country. Circ is also the first micro-mobility company to be a part of the Union Internationale des Transports Publics (UITP), which is the worldwide association for public transportation. We got to know more about the rapidly growing startup from its co-founder, Carlos Bhola.