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Partnerships : 9 Posts

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Launched in June 2019, the SNCF Assistant aims at becoming the multimodal application reference in France. For the very first time, Uber has agreed to be on a third-party platform by engaging a partnership with the SNCF after nearly a year of negotiations. Focus on this exclusive partnership. An historical partnership As we have seen

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Following the launch of BlaBlaBus and the partnership with Air France to facilitate airport transfers, BlaBlaCar is now getting ready to enter the scooter market. Indeed, the famous carpooling platform has just announced this Tuesday 26th May 2020, “a strategic partnership” with the Swedish start-up Voi Technology, while remaining two independent entities. Zoom on the

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It’s official : the American giant has just announced the acquisition of Moovit. Founded in 2012, the Israeli start-up is known as an urban route planner. Today, it is also considered one of the leading providers of MaaS solutions for local authorities. Following its acquisition of Mobileye in 2017 for $15.3 billion, Intel now wants

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According to The Information media, Uber is reportedly in negotiations to invest $170 million in the emergency fund-raising effort by U.S. electric scooter operator Lime. This information comes at a time when the epidemic caused by Covid19 has practically halted the startup’s activity. Half of the confined population and social distancing put Lime in serious

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As an expert in Mobility as a Service (MaaS), we couldn’t miss this latest development in the mobility sector. Indeed, the oil group BP Ventures has recently invested almost 10 million in the mobility application Whim. Zoom on this new collaboration. Whim, the first MaaS application Nicknamed “the Netflix of mobility”, the Finnish start-up MaaS

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The amount of the acquisition concluded on July 1 and announced on July 10 has not been disclosed. After selling its Ouibus buses to Blablacar and separating from the VTC LeCab platform. The acquisition of iDVROOM, a subsidiary of SNCF by Klaxit, confirms the choice of the public company to turn the page on new

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