Irish e-scooter firm clears €400k crowdfunding target

Dublin-based Zipp Mobility aims to expand its business in Britain, where it is already operating in three towns

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
9th May, 2021
Irish e-scooter firm clears €400k crowdfunding target
Charlie Gleeson and Ben Duffy of Zipp scooters Pic: Fergal Phillips

An Irish electric scooter sharing business has already cleared its crowdfunding target of €400,000 with over three weeks remaining in its campaign.

Zipp Mobility, based in Dublin, had raised over €450,000 through the Spark Crowdfunding platform at the time of publication. The crowdfunding is part of a campaign to raise €1 million in total, with the balance coming from private investors.

The funding will be used to expand its operation in Britain, where it is...

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