Our Partners: Mobility Service Providers

We are building an ecosystem of diverse mobility service providers (MSPs) to power MaaS in cities worldwide. With seamless and efficient integrations, we help MSPs reach more mobility users and expand into new regions.


car2go is the pioneer of free-floating carsharing and is one of the leading mobility services of Daimler AG. The concept is simple: worldwide over 14,000 smart and Mercedes-Benz vehicles can be reserved and rented via a cost-free smartphone app at any time. Today, over three million customers use this flexible mobility concept in 26 locations in Europe, North America and China. car2go thus offers a sustainable solution for urban mobility and contributes as a part of the mobility mix significantly to the reduction of congestion in cities. Additionally, at three European locations car2go operates 100 percent electric fleets with 1,400 vehicles, making car2go one of the biggest electric, fully flexible carsharing providers. Driving these positive effects continuously forward is part of car2go’s main objectives. car2go is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daimler AG and has its headquarters in Leinfelden-Echterdingen near Stuttgart.



From the beginning, the goal of DriveNow has always been to provide people within cities a flexible and sustainable mobility alternative to car ownership while working together with cities to reduce traffic and emissions problems.

In European metropolises, DriveNow offers a so called free-floating concept with the following high-quality car brands BMW, Mercedes-Benz, smart and MINI. Where you can spontaneously rent and park these cars anywhere within a defined area – the cars are usually within walking distance. In total, more than 20,000 vehicles are available for flexible rentals in more than 30 major cities worldwide – as well as more than 3,000 of the cars are electrically powered.



FREE NOW (formerly mytaxi) is a leading mobility provider. FREE NOW currently ooperates in London, Brighton, Edinburgh, Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford, Reading, Derby and Leicester. With two requests every second, FREE NOW directly connects passengers and drivers with just two taps of the app.

FREE NOW is part of the mobility joint venture between BMW and Daimler, formed in February 2019. In July 2016, mytaxi announced the merger with Hailo, the leading taxi app in the UK and Ireland - an important step towards becoming Europe's largest e-hailing app.

Today, FREE NOW works with 700 employees in 26 offices across Europe. Eckart Diepenhorst is the CEO of FREE NOW Europe.



NorisBike is the public bike rental system of the city of Nuremberg. Here 750 bikes are available around the clock at over 60 locations. The bikes can be rented and returned at every location. At their solar-powered terminals, the rental process is fully automated via an App or telephone hotline. nextbike GmbH is the system operator.



nextbike is leading the way in high quality, reliable and flexible bike share schemes. With over 14 years of experience, nextbike has provided cutting edge innovation to more than 150 cities across the world, including Dubai, Berlin, Pittsburgh and Warsaw. Its field of expertise is developing tailored and versatile bike share schemes that can be implemented with public transport infrastructure according to smart cities’ requirements. nextbike works in creative and collaborative ways to create business models that quickly become sustainable and profitable.



The goal of stadtmobil is to reduce private car ownership while improving mobility for the individual. Relieving cities from traffic increases the quality of life, does the climate well and creates space because not so many parking spaces are needed. stadtmobil therefore expressly sees itself as a supplement to public transport, cycling and walking.



TIER Mobility wants to change mobility for the better. The leading European company in the field of shared micromobility services wants to make a significant contribution to the change in the transport sector by offering alternatives to the car together with other emission-free means of transport, by freeing cities from emissions and traffic jams and by placing sustainable processes and safety at the centre of its activities.

TIER Mobility started operations in October 2018 and operates today in more than 40 cities in twelve European countries. The company has its headquarters in Berlin and employs around 300 people. The company's founders are Lawrence Leuschner, Matthias Laug and Julian Blessin. TIER’s investors come from Germany (Point Nine, Speedinvest), France (White Star Capital), Scandinavia (Northzone), Spain (Kibo), Poland (Market One Capital) and Portugal (Indico). In addition, there are individual investors such as Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg.


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