London, 15 December 2020 – Europe’s largest e-scooter operator TIER has launched a UK Safety Board to raise the bar for safety standards across the entire e-scooter sector. The board comprises senior independent experts in road safety, Covid risk, accessibility and visual impairment, with leading figures representing Parliamentary Advisory Council on Transport Safety, UCL Centre for Transport
Berlin, 01 December 2020 – TIER, the European micro-mobility leader, has hired one of the world’s leading tech product professionals Georgina Smallwood as its new Chief Product Officer, as the company gears up for an ambitious new phase of growth following its $250 million fundraising.Smallwood arrives straight from fintech unicorn N26, and is one of
London, 23 November 2020 – TIER, the European micro-mobility leader, has teamed up with the AA’s DriveTech to launch the first-ever e-scooter theory test which riders will be incentivised to take. The test will be accompanied by TIER’s Ride Safe School, a bespoke e-learning platform co-designed with AA’s DriveTech to educate people around e-scooter safety
Berlin, 10 November 2020 – TIER, the European micro-mobility leader, today announced the completion of a $250 million Series C funding round led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2¹. Existing investors including Mubadala Investment Company’s financial investment arm, Mubadala Capital, Northzone, Goodwater Capital, White Star Capital, Novator and RTP Global also participated in the round. Since
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