Australia and New Zealand rental electric scooter operator Neuron Mobility has further expanded globally with the launch of a fleet of its safety-first e-scooters in the Korean capital of Seoul.
e-scooter operator Neuron Mobility is partnering with the Australian Road Safety Foundation in a move it says will lead the way in best practice for shared e-scooter safety around the country.
Singapore based e-scooter provider Neuron Mobility has raised a further $17 million (US$12m) in investment led by Australian venture capital firm, Square Peg, along with US cross-border fund GSR Ventures, bringing the company’s total Series A funding to A$43.2 million.
Singapore e-scooter provider Neuron Mobility has launched its Follow My Ride service in Australia, which allows a Neuron rider to share their location in real time with someone else during their e-scooter trip, and provides added security while riding alone.
Singapore e-scooter provider Neuron Mobility has attracted investment of US$18.5 million from Australian venture capital firm Square Peg and US cross-border fund GSR Ventures. Existing investors Seedplus and SEEDS Capital also contributed.
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