A list of 40+ investors investing in micro-mobility startups

A list of 40+ investors investing in micro-mobility startups, globally

Minimum $500 for a single e-scooter, $10000-$20000 for the e-scooter app, minimum $100000 of insurance, minimum $10000 per month for manpower, minimum $3000 per month for e-scooter maintenance, minimum $2000 permit fee, and minimum $1000 monthly marketing budget. Yes, you need money, a lot of money! 

According to a study carried out by our business experts, securing a strong position in the micro-mobility market will cost a single player an estimated $700+ million in upcoming years. Needless to say that a small-medium scale micro-mobility startup cannot reinforce this level of investment. This is the only reason why partnerships and aggressive funding rounds are highly encouraged in the micro-mobility ecosystem. 

In this blog, we will put forth the list of top investors investing in micro-mobility startups. This list will help you to get an idea about top micro-mobility investors and why they are investing in particular startups. 

But before we reveal the list, it is worth mentioning that being the top e-scooter app development company, Coruscate becomes the real business strategic partner of the micro-mobility startups and does not only build the e-scooter app but helps them to seize the decent amount of funds. 

Top investors investing in micro-mobility startups

According to the McKinsey report, investors have poured $220 billion into more than 1,100 smart mobility companies. Between 2010- 2013 and 2014 – 2018, the average investments across all technologies jumped sevenfold. The following image clearly depicts that more smart mobility companies have put themselves on the radar of investors than other companies.

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Following is the list of top investors investing in micro-mobility startups.

Micro-mobility startups

Country

Lead investor(s)

Contact details

Other investors

Contact details

Spin

San Francisco, USA

Grishin Robotics

LinkedIn 

Charlie Cheever

LinkedIn

CRCM Ventures

LinkedIn

Matt Brezina

Exponent

Website

CRCM Ventures

Website

Tier

Germany

Goodwater Capital

LinkedIn 

White Star Capital  

Website 

Mubadala Capital

LinkedIn

Evli Growth Partners

LinkedIn

Northzone  

Website

Indico Capital Partners

LinkedIn

Axa Group

LinkedIn

Speedinvest

Website

Point9

Website

Market One Capital

Website

Lime

California, USA

Bain Capital Ventures

Website

Intellectus Partners, LLC

LinkedIn 

GGV Capital

Website

Gabriel Jarrosson

LinkedIn

Fidelity Ventures

LinkedIn

GR Capital

Website

GV

Website

IVP

Website

Andreessen Horowitz

LinkedIn

Manhattan Venture Partners

Website

Gogoro

Taiwan

Temasek Holdings

Website

Generation Investment Management

Website

Sumitomo Corporation

LinkedIn

Engie

LinkedIn

National Development Fund of Taiwan Government

Website

Panasonic

LinkedIn

Beam

Singapore

InnoVen Capital

Website

Gobi Partners

Website

Sequoia Capital India

LinkedIn

Founders Fund

LinkedIn

Right Click Capital

Website

ZhenFund

Website

Martin Li

Arrive

Website

Arbor Ventures

Website

500 startups

Website

Skip

USA

Toyota AI Ventures

Website

Alumni Ventures Group

LinkedIn

Menlo

Website

Accel

Website

Maven Ventures

LinkedIn

Capital Ventures

Website

Trucks Ventures Capital

Website

Y Combinator

LinkedIn

Yellow

Brazil

GGV Capital

Website

Grishin Robotics

Website

Base 10 Partners

Website

Brendan Wallace

LinkedIn

Monashees

LinkedIn

Conclusion:

An e-scooter sharing business is a resource-heavy business. Startups are required to close many successful funding rounds to shoulder the financial burden. In this blog, we’ve shared a list of top micro-mobility investors and in which micro-mobility startups they are investing.

Coruscate has already conquered the micro-mobility app development industry with its 100+ app developers, app designers, IoT experts, business experts, and legal advisers.

Our app developers, app designers, and IoT engineers actualize one of the best e-scooter apps with all futuristic and disruptive features.

The cost to build an e-scooter app depends on the app development approach you choose. 

Our business experts and legal advisers help micro-mobility startups to decide on the business models, select the e-scooter hardware, raise a decent amount of funds, acquire the permit and study the market. 

The cost to build an e-scooter app depends on the app development approach you choose.

  • To develop a custom e-scooter app with all custom features, we charge somewhere between $15000 to $25000. 
  • The price to develop the clone version of some popular e-scooter app starts from $10000. 
  • And our subscription plan for the white label e-scooter app starts from just $500. 

To know more about our pricing structures and get the personalized quote, please feel free to contact us. Our one of the senior business experts will welcome you with the free e-scooter app demo and free consultation.

Note: We do not make clones of any exact application, clone means to us is how better we can execute your app idea with existing app features and experience.

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