Scoop Technologies, Inc., a San Francisco, CA-based mobile carpooling service that offer commuters a way to commute to work, announced it raised $31m in funding.
– a $20m Series B round led by Brook Porter at G2VP and
– a previously unannounced $11mn Series A led by Danny Rimer at Index Ventures.
These round brought the total financing to $36m. In conjunction with the funding rounds, Brook Porter and Danny Rimer joined Scoop’s Board of Directors along with Dan Shapero, VP of LinkedIn’s Talent Solutions, Careers, and Learning businesses.
The company will use the funds to expand into new cities around the country.
Co-founded in 2015 by Jon Sadow, Chief Product Officer, and Rob Sadow, CEO, Scoop Technologies is a carpooling app that partners with employers of any size, enabling them to offer a carpool solution to their workforce. Commuters can download Scoop in the iOS or Android app store and enter their normal route to and from work.
It is currently available to commuters who work in the San Francisco Bay Area and Seattle, with more than 100k carpoolers on the platform.