Cresco acted as lead counsel to Skipr in the structuring and negotiation of its Series A round.
Belgian mobility-as-a-service (or MaaS) startup Skipr has secured €7 million in Series A funding to bolster its products and expand into new markets. The round was led by Belgian bank Belfius alongside existing investor Lab Box, the startup studio of automobile distributor D’Ieteren.
Skipr offers companies and their staff digital ‘door-to-door’ planning and booking tools to simplify their commutes and other trips. Its solution combines an app, a Web-based dashboard and a payment card to make it easier for employees to plan, book, pay and manage their mobility solutions, ranging from local public transportation to shared mobility providers such as Uber, Bird, Dott and Lime.
David Dessers and Olivier Van Raemdonck led the Cresco team that advised Skipr in this transaction.
More information can be found in De Tijd.
For any further information or questions, please contact David Dessers or Olivier Van Raemdonck.