The Mobile Bike and Service Technicians are the heart of ConnectBike. They minimise the downtime of the E-bikes and put a smile on the faces of our customers. Curious about what a visit from our technicians looks like? You can read it here.
Jeroen van Doeveren joined ConnectBike in 2019 and has a lot to do with the projects at home and abroad. Jeroen is convinced that ConnectBike can conquer the Western European market with its current electric delivery bike since meal delivery and flash delivery are growing rapidly here. According to Jeroen there are also enough opportunities within other distribution channels and let ConnectBike quickly scale up its capacities to make green and congestion free delivery feasible as soon as possible!
With rising petrol prices and car-free cities, it is often more convenient and faster to leave the traditional car and scooter behind and get on an electric bike. In addition to the advantages for the environment and surroundings, the switch to e-bikes makes fast and large-scale deliveries possible.
The Smart City is currently the talk of the town and has the vision of making the city more accessible, healthier, safer and more sustainable. In short, the big goal of every Smart City is to make a city more liveable. It is all about collecting as much data as possible. About traffic flows, energy consumption, the drainage of rainwater, air quality and crime, for example.
In 2017, Kenneth Erselina and Anton Mollerus saw the opportunity to make the mobility world more sustainable and diverse. Not for profit; to increase mobility, liveability and the economic vitality of cities.
In 2022, sustainability is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. Also at the office. You can save money, but the biggest advantage is that you contribute to a better world. Here are a few simple tips to reduce the carbon footprint of your business.
Last year, people travelled much less by public transport, filled their leisure time differently and the options for sports were rather limited. On the other hand, more and more people went out into nature, because shops, cinemas, restaurants and the like were closed. In addition, people had more money left over1 because, for example, many expensive holidays were cancelled. This left most people with enough money to afford a nice bike. This is why people are increasingly embracing pedelecs. For example, large-scale research by Multiscope2 has shown that an estimated 1.2 million e-bikes will have been sold by 2021. This is an incredible number compared to 2019, when the number was only 420,000.
The climate is changing worldwide. The conclusions of the report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was published in 2007, speak for themselves in this regard. It is also clear that we - as human beings - are the main cause of these climate changes through the burning of fossil fuels and through industrial and agricultural activities.
ConnectBike has been active since 2019 with the aim, among others, of marketing the electric delivery bike with appropriate service and financing in Europe. In doing so, Connectbike is responding to the strongly growing demand of delivery services for sustainable transport. Together with Giant, Connectbike has developed a special electric delivery bike that meets the heavy user requirements that this market demands. ConnectBike customers include Just Eat Takeaway, Domino's Pizza, de Beren, Getir, Taco Mundo and Burgerme.
Technology that helps entrepreneurs to get employees out of their cars and thus save billions in traffic jams. To this end, starting this month, a group of companies will be rolling out thousands of e-bikes to employees, parents with children and bicycle couriers.