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Friday, September 12 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
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Session Description: Scoot is mobility for the city: shared, smartphone-enabled, electric, Vespa-style scooters. Scoot will once again open its doors to the public! CEO, Micheal Keating will discuss the latest projects they are working on from new communication methods to cutting-edge battery technology, from member engagement to fleet expansion, and future growth beyond San Francisco.

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Michael Keating

CEO, Scoot Networks

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Friday September 12, 2014 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Scoot Networks 756 Natoma St, San Francisco, California, 94103
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  • Company Description Scoot is a new mode of urban transportation in San Francisco — combining electric motorscooters with smartphone technology in a system that allows for quick, $3 trips from one part of the city to another. As fast as a taxi at a fraction of the price, Scoot is the ideal form of mobility for our increasingly connected and crowded city lives. Scoot is making on-demand, electric, affordable transportation available to everyone. Scoot opened its beta in September of 2012 and has grown to dozens of locations, 100+ scooters, and seen more than 40,000 rides — and continues to grow. Down the road, Scoot will be expanding outside San Francisco to other cities in the US, and beyond.