FREE NOW, a leading European multi-mobility platform, is to integrate Dott’s micro-mobility services into its app The have international partnership was announced during the Web Summit 2021 conference in Lisbon.
Dott e-scooters will be available to book via the FREE NOW app and as the services continue to work together.
In the future other vehicles such as Dott’s new e-bikes would also be integrated, allowing users to pick the best type of sustainable transport for their needs through a single app.
The partnership with FREE NOW is being made available in France, Italy, Poland and Germany, with more countries to follow.
FREE NOW is backed by BMW Group and Daimler AG.
As well as ride hailing, FREE NOW also offers micro-mobility services such as eScooters, eBikes, eMopeds as well as car sharing.
Henri Moissinac, Co-Founder and CEO of Dott, says: “We want to make it as easy as possible for more people to choose to travel across their cities in the most sustainable and environmentally friendly way. Our new partnership with FREE NOW will give more people access to our services, helping to free our cities from congestion and pollution.”
Marc Berg, CEO of FREE NOW, adds: “FREE NOW is the mobility platform with the biggest choice for consumers across Europe. We are the only Mobility Super App, which has all major European eScooter operators integrated with a deep integration – this means the user journey is absolutely friction-free from booking to payment. With Dott, we are onboarding an important player in the micro-mobility sector, which is just as committed to sustainable mobility solutions as we are. We are excited to work with Dott to bring more convenient and fun eScooter and eBike options to cities all across Europe.”
Dott currently operates over 40,000 e-scooters in top cities in Belgium, FInland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain, the UK and will launch a fleet of 10,000 e-bikes in Autumn 2021.
Dott has won two of the biggest micromobility tenders in the world, in both Paris and in London.
It has a staff of 350, with its main teams located in Amsterdam, London and Paris.