Zipcar is a membership-based car-sharing company that provides automobile rentals to its members, billable on an hourly or daily basis. Members are able to view vehicle availability and reserve a self-service car via the internet, iPhone app, or telephone, in increments as short as one hour and pay only for time they reserve. Zipcar vehicles report their positions to a control center using in-car technology. Zipcar was founded in 2000 by Cambridge, Massachusetts. On October 31, 2007 Zipcar merged with rival Flexcar. In 2009 Zipcar has become the world's largest car-sharing service, sharing 6,000 vehicles among 275,000 drivers in 49 U.S. cities, Vancouver, Toronto, and London. On April 1, 2010, Zipcar bought London-based car-sharing firm Streetcar in its latest bid to expand across Europe.
Parent Company
Boston, US
Zipcar was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Boston, US

Key People at Zipcar

Nicole Mozeliak

Nicole Mozeliak

vice president, field operations & revenue management
Scott Rudberg

Scott Rudberg

vice president, technology
Andrew Daley

Andrew Daley

vice president, marketing
Dan Curtin

Dan Curtin

vice president, fleet & supply chain
Len Ho

Len Ho

division counsel
Maura Haley

Maura Haley

director, human resources

Zipcar Office Locations

Zipcar has offices in Boston, New York, Phoenix, Chicago and in 38 other locations
Boston, US (HQ)
35 Thomson Place

Zipcar Data and Metrics

Zipcar Summary

In total, Zipcar had raised $81.7 m. Zipcar is a subsidiary of Avis

Zipcar Median Salaries

Source: 14 public H-1B filings from Zipcar

Zipcar Online and Social Media Presence

Zipcar News and Updates

Zipcar Company Life and Culture

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