Zipp Mobility

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Zipp operates a fleet of 450 e-scooters in Britain and is planning on launching services locally once legislation is passed allowing them on Irish roads

Luna, an Irish start-up that has developed technology to encourage better behaviour by riders and operators of shared micromobility schemes, has teame(...)

Charlie Gleeson, CEO and founder of Zipp Mobility. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/ Fotonic

Irish micromobility start-up Zipp Mobility said it will create at least 30 additional jobs in the coming year in Ireland as it prepares to launch e-sc(...)

Free Now carried more than 20 million passengers in 2019.

Taxi-hailing company Free Now intends to allow users in Ireland to access shared micromobility services such as electric bikes and e-scooters via thir(...)

Suzanne Winkels, head of transport Strategy, Buckinghamshire Council; Clive Harriss, Buckinghamshire Council cabinet member for sports and leisure, and Will O’Brien, vice-president of growth and government affairs, Zipp Mobility.

Irish start-up Zipp Mobility has begun operating e-scooter trials in two British towns. The company will be operating the trials, which have been app(...)

Zipp Mobility founder Charlie Gleeson.

Former Irish rugby captain Brian O’Driscoll is among a number of angel investors to have backed Irish e-scooter start-up Zipp Mobility in a €500,000 f(...)

Charlie Gleeson on one of his Zipp scooters on the UCD campus

 While e-scooters are fast becoming part of the mobility landscape in many cities, the meteoric rise of rental scooters as a fast, cheap way to g(...)