E-scooter micromobility leading target for venture capitalists

STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Cities adapting their infrastructure rapidly to provide more space for bikes, e-scooters and walkers, following the onset of the pandemic. “With a new reality, the potential for small personal electric vehicles has suddenly been made real,” explains Per Brilioth, CEO at VNV Global on transport technology innovation in an interview on venture capital, regulations and European cooperation with Bike Europe.

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