Later this year, the first employees of ABN Amro in Eindhoven will be using the electric cars of Amber Mobility for their business trips. The Eindhoven startup today announced their plans during a presentation in the klokgebouw, as part of a special farewell exhibition for former mayor Rob van Gijzel.
The flexible platform around Amber ensures that an employee is always within walking distance to a car. This allows employees to no longer own a car. “For a lease contract you pay on average about 520 euros per month, with us that will be far less,” says co-founder Merien ten Houten. “This makes mobility a lot cheaper for both employee and employer.” Amber Mobility already made a deal for collaboration with Athlon Car Lease.