Last mile ride sharing is a really competitive segment with multiple players trying to get a bigger chunk of the market. There are many startups, scaleup and even established companies that want to go big in this space. However, the e-scooter sharing startup felyx is doing rather well. The startup has now gone international by expanding its services to Brussels. With the expansion of its services to Brussels, Belgium, the company will go up directly against the Belgian startup Scooty. Here’s what you can expect from the budding startup.
felyx’s expansion to Brussels
The Dutch electric scooter felyx is entering Brussels with 614 vehicles and the company expects to offer its services starting June. The startup also signed a letter of intent with the municipality of Brussels to ensure that there are no hitches while deploying its services in the city. With the expansion, the company will be working with a completely local team, for which the recruitments are currently ongoing. As mentioned earlier, this is the first expansion of the startup to a foreign city. It previously enabled its users to book e-scooters only in three cities of the Netherlands, in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague.