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Lime (company)

Lime (company)

Lime is a mobile platform that allows users to unlock its fleet of shared bikes and scooters.

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Timeline

February 6, 2019

Lime raises a $310,000,000 series D round from Andreessen Horowitz, Bain Capital Ventures, GR Capital, GV, Manhattan Ventures Partners, GGV Capital and Fidelity Ventures.

June 2018

Lime raises total of $467 million to date from GV, Andreessen Horowitz, IVP, Section 32, GGV Capital. 

February 2018

Lime raises a $70,000,000 series B round from Fifth Wall Ventures.

Funding rounds

People

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LinkedIn

Angel Cordero

Employee



Brad Bao

Founder



Caen Contee

Employee



Charlie Fang

Employee



Charlie Gao

Investor



Cindy Zhang

Employee



Connor Carion

Employee



Daniel Estrada

Employee



Ding Zhou

Investor



Dustin Gillespie

Employee



Estuardo Escobar

Employee



Evan Trowbridge

Employee



faraaz naqvi

Employee



Gerry Morales

Employee



Gil Kazimirov

Employee



IDG Ventures

Investor



Jacob Fink

Employee



Jason Wilde

Employee



Jeff Roberts

Employee



Jerrome Milton

Employee



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Alex Wilhelm
March 27, 2020
TechCrunch
We're wrapping the week with Lime, scooters and the divergence between Uber and Lyft and their two-wheeled rivals.
Alex Hern Technology editor
March 16, 2020
the Guardian
A man riding an electric scooter in Westminster, London. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA
By James Pero For Dailymail.com
January 29, 2020
Mail Online
Lime will use a mixture of data from accelerometers and even sensors that judge vibrations caused by whatever surface the scooter is riding on to determine if a rider is taking a forbidden route.
Andrew Burt
December 13, 2019
Harvard Business Review
Transparency helps fight algorithmic bias. But it also leaves organizations vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Graham Rapier and Sarah Wyman
November 17, 2019
Business Insider
How do an international repo-man and a bike shop owner end up in business together? A common enemy. In this case: electric scooters.
Megan Rose Dickey
November 13, 2019
TechCrunch
Launching and operating shared bikes and scooters has lost its novelty. Worldwide, numerous companies are operating shared micromobility services -- so many that the industry is well into a consolidation phase. In Latin America, Grow Mobility formed as part of a merger between micromobility providers Grin and Yellow. In the U.S., Bird acquired Scoot. And, [...]
Susan Carpenter
October 25, 2019
www.nytimes.com
Los Angeles streets are dotted with Skittles-colored scooters and e-bikes that have one thing in common: They're electric, and they need juice.
Callum Burroughs
October 25, 2019
Business Insider
The company recently announced it would be the first e-scooter startup to use replaceable batteries for its products.
Megan Rose Dickey
October 15, 2019
TechCrunch
Uber, Lime and Spin have officially deployed their electric scooters on the streets of San Francisco as part of the city's permitting program. Last month, the city announced Uber's JUMP, Lime, Ford's Spin and Scoot were granted permits to operate the shared electric scooter services. Scoot, however, has operated in the city since last year. [...]
Kate Clark
September 28, 2019
TechCrunch
In this week's newsletter: Peloton's stock market debut, Bodega's rebrand and Kapwing's Series A.
Georgina Torbet
September 26, 2019
Engadget
The relationship between San Franscico and sharable electric scooter programs has been contentious, with city authorities stepping in last year to regulate the...
Megan Rose Dickey
September 25, 2019
TechCrunch
Electric scooter providers JUMP, Lime, Scoot and Spin have just been granted permits to operate their respective services in San Francisco beginning Oct. 15, 2020. This is part of the city's longer-term permitting program for electric scooters. Each scooter provider will initially be able to deploy 1,000 scooters, with the potential to deploy up to [...]
By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com
September 20, 2019
Mail Online
Lime, the environmental conscious transportation startup, will end its Seattle car-sharing service in December after failing to find a respectable business partner to deploy a fleet of electric cars.
Megan Rose Dickey
September 19, 2019
TechCrunch
Transportation startup Lime is shutting down LimePod, its car-sharing service that it launched last November in Seattle. Lime plans to start removing its vehicles from the streets of Seattle next month and will completely shut down the service by the end of the year. The news was first reported by GeekWire. Lime has operated a [...]
Trevor Mogg
September 17, 2019
Digital Trends
Scootersharing operator Lime revealed this week that it has now provided more than 100 million rides in around 120 cities globally since launching just two years ago. The app-based service, similar to ones provided by the likes of Bird, Skip, and Spin, are growing in popularity, though they don't come without issues.
Erin Griffith
September 4, 2019
www.nytimes.com
A year ago, electric rental scooters were hailed as the next big thing in transportation. But their troubles in San Diego show how the services have now hit growing pains.
Jason Cartwright
August 24, 2019
techAU
Delivering the best of technology news from Australia and around the globe since 2006.
Jason Cartwright
August 27, 2019
techAU
Delivering the best of technology news from Australia and around the globe since 2006.
Jason Cartwright
August 27, 2019
techAU
Delivering the best of technology news from Australia and around the globe since 2006.
Kate Clark
May 24, 2019
TechCrunch
Brad Bao, a Lime co-founder and long-time Tencent executive, will assume chief responsibilities.
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