Scoot Networks

Scoot Networks owns and operates an online network for sharing electric scooters. It enables users to locate, rent and operate electric, smartphone-enabled, Vespa-style scooters from various locations available. The Company's goal is to change the way people get around cities.

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Parent CompanyBird
HQSan Francisco, CA, US
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Scoot Networks was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA, US

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Key People/Management at Scoot Networks

Michael Keating

Michael Keating

Kunal Bhasin

Kunal Bhasin

Robin Bigio

Robin Bigio

VP of Design
Mar Pallas Poy

Mar Pallas Poy

VP Europe Market Development
Stephen Rodriguez

Stephen Rodriguez

VP of Growth
Justin Dawe

Justin Dawe

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Scoot Networks Office Locations

Scoot Networks has offices in San Francisco and Barcelona
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
1077 Howard St, San Francisco
Barcelona, ES
Carrer del Perú, 234
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Scoot Networks Financials and Metrics

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$3.6 m


In total, Scoot Networks had raised $3.6 m. Scoot Networks is a subsidiary of Bird

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Scoot Networks News and Updates

Scoot Networks launches in Latin America with the first shared electric vehicle service in Chile

SANTIAGO, Chile, Oct. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- After successfully launching in Barcelona this summer, Scoot is expanding this month to its third marquee city: Santiago, Chile. Fresh on the heels of being awarded a pilot permit to operate kick scooters in San Francisco, Scoot has been...

Scoot Networks Blogs

Scoot Adds “Beginner Mode” to Increase Safety for New Riders

Beginner Mode is a gentle acceleration option that lets riders gradually work their way up to full speed on Scoots. Remember the first time you rode a bike? We do, too. Getting comfortable on two wheels takes time. We’re excited to launch Beginner Mode, a new safety feature built for the Bird Two al…

How to Scoot: An Updated 2021 Beginner’s Guide for Scooting

All you need to know to safely ride, park, and enjoy the benefits of Scoot. How to Ride a Scoot 1.) Download the app The first step in riding a Scoot is downloading the Scoot app. It takes a few seconds using this link. You’ll be asked to create an account and add a payment […] The post How to Scoot…

Scoot and Bird are Offsetting All GHG Emissions Associated With Our Scooters in 2020

Scoot and Bird are proud to be among the lowest-carbon transportation options available today. In order to lead micromobility into a completely sustainable future, however, we know we must continue to improve. That’s why, starting in 2019, we began purchasing renewable energy credits (RECs) and carb…

How to be a pro parker – and prevent a $5 fee!

The locks on our scooters work great to keep them out of the way and ready for the next rider. With spring in the air, we want to share our updated guidelines for safely parking and ending your ride. When parking your scooter: Do lock the scooter securely. Vehicles should be upright, parallel to the…

Free rides to vaccination centers in SF

As vaccination efforts across San Francisco continue, Scoot is offering two free rides for people to get to and from their appointments.  To take advantage of this offer, riders can complete this form, and provide proof of their vaccination with either their appointment confirmation email or vaccina…

Scoot Network Update // Spring 2021

Lots to share this month! Read on for spring updates.   Free Rides for Teachers Next month, SF teachers and staff are heading back into the classroom to begin teaching. The team at Scoot wants to say thank you—and to help. That’s why we’re again offering our Free Rides for Teachers program for the m…
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Scoot Networks Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Scoot Networks founded?

    Scoot Networks was founded in 2011.

  • Who are Scoot Networks key executives?

    Scoot Networks's key executives are Michael Keating, Kunal Bhasin and Robin Bigio.

  • How many employees does Scoot Networks have?

    Scoot Networks has 23 employees.

  • Who are Scoot Networks competitors?

    Competitors of Scoot Networks include Cityscoot, Spin and Lime.

  • Where is Scoot Networks headquarters?

    Scoot Networks headquarters is located at 1077 Howard St, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Scoot Networks offices?

    Scoot Networks has offices in San Francisco and Barcelona.

  • How many offices does Scoot Networks have?

    Scoot Networks has 2 offices.