Vulog, the shared mobility technology provider powering some of the world’s most successful carsharing and scootersharing services across five continents, has been named one of the 2018 Tech Tour Growth 50—European companies with the potential "to make a massive international impact."
Vulog was chosen as one of the 50 companies showing the most promise by Tech Tour, and a selection committee of international investors, who researched and evaluated more than 280 European “super-scale ups”—private tech companies at a sub-one billion US dollar valuation growing revenues at greater than 50% per year.
Other companies recognized include Doctolib, WeTransfer, happn, Actility, SIGFOX, N26, PeopleDoc Inc., MADE.COM, Scality and more. According to Tech Tour, the purpose of the Growth 50 is not to give a ranking, or construct an index, but to shine a light on strength and depth of technology companies in Europe.
Vulog’s CEO, Gregory Ducongé said “Vulog has achieved tremendous growth since its inception. We are delighted to be recognized by Tech Tour and we look forward to continuing our journey to make a massive global impact with our class-leading products and a strong team.”