Skipr, a Brussels, Belgium-based B2B Mobility as a Service startup, raised €7m in funding.
The round was led by Belfius, with participation from existing investor Lab Box, the startup studio of D’Ieteren Auto, a key player in Belgian automobile distribution.
The company intends to use the funds to continue scaling its business in Belgium and to expand into new markets, starting with France.
Founded in 2018 by Mathieu de Lophem (Benelux GM at Deliveroo from 2015 to 2019) and startup studio Lab Box, Skipr brings smart mobility to employees, combining public transport with local and international mobility services. The solution is made of 3 key services: a mobile app, a web dashboard and a payment card. Together, they create a one stop shop to plan, book, pay and manage professional mobility. Corporations and self-employed workers can use it to access many micromobility providers such as Bird and Dott, ride-hailing with Uber, as well as all local public transport. Clients include Accenture, Ogilvy and Carrefour, among others.