Citymapper provides a transport application for cities. The Company builds mobile apps, routing and develops transport data about cities. The Citymapper's team has backgrounds in transport, startups, apps, design, investing and academia.


Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
52 (est)
Citymapper was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in London, GB
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Key People/Management at Citymapper

Azmat Yusuf

Azmat Yusuf

Founder
Paul Lehair

Paul Lehair

Finance Manager
Omid Ashtari

Omid Ashtari

General Manager

Citymapper Office Locations

Citymapper has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
1 Clekenwell Workshops 27-31 Clerkenwell Cl
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Citymapper Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$50 m

Latest funding size

$40 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Investors

Citymapper's latest funding round in January 2016 was reported to be $40 m. In total, Citymapper has raised $50 m. Citymapper's latest valuation is reported to be $217.8 m.

Citymapper Financials

Market valuation

217.8 m

Cash (31-Dec-2016)

19.2 m
Y, 2016

Financial Leverage

1 x
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Citymapper News and Updates

Balderton's raised a new $375m fund to back more European tech startups

One of Europe's biggest backers of tech startups across Europe, including digital challenger bank Revolut and mapping app Citymapper in the UK, has raised a huge new fund to invest in early stage companies. Balderton Capital has raised $375m for its sixth fund which has gained more interest from …

Citymapper runs into TfL’s innovation buffer over licence application

One of the UK’s top startups is the latest to have its ambitions thwarted by London’s transport regulator, which has been accused of dragging its heels when it comes to supporting innovative new companies in the wake of its row with Uber. Citymapper has been left waiting months for approval for a…

Five ways TfL is using technology to change bus travel in London

Transport for London is testing out new technologies on the capital's public transport that could bring sound warnings to buses, like those found on reversing trucks, to improve safety. As part of plans by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to end bus deaths by 2030 and injuries by 2041, TfL has been…

Smart Cities Need Open Data and a Willingness to Test and Learn

Making a city smarter requires new ideas, and these fresh concepts need testing. The public sector shouldn't be afraid of trying new things and failing as long as the trials are targeted and don't cost too much money. -Patrick Whyte
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