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
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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