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.
Type
Subsidiary
HQ
Boston, US
Founded
2000
Employees
756 (est)-1%
Zipcar was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Boston, US

Key People at Zipcar

Kaye Ceille

Kaye Ceille

President
Nicole Mozeliak

Nicole Mozeliak

vice president, field operations & revenue management
David Piperno

David Piperno

vice president, finance & strategy
Rick Allen

Rick Allen

vice president, sales & member services
Scott Rudberg

Scott Rudberg

vice president, technology
Nichole Mace

Nichole Mace

vice president, product & member experience
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 Locations

Boston, US
Neuilly-sur-Seine, FR
Lafayette, US
London, GB
Maltepe, TR
Barcelona, ES
Vancouver, CA
Nashville, US
Detroit, US
Ontario, US
Ottawa, CA
Milwaukee, US
Bloomington, US
Minneapolis, US
Madrid, ES
West Lafayette, US
Parsippany-Troy Hills, US
Philadelphia, US
Denver, US
Oberursel, DE

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