Vulog Expands into U.S.

Photo credit: Sebastien Gabriel
Photo credit: Sebastien Gabriel
Vulog, a carsharing technology provider, announced its expansion into the U.S. The company currently operates in Europe and Canada.

“Consumers are increasingly demanding new mobility services in their city to go from A to B with simple, efficient, and affordable solutions”, said Gregory Ducongé, CEO of Vulog. “We expect behaviors and expectations to continue evolving; this is still the beginning of the urban mobility revolution and Vulog is very well-positioned for this tremendous opportunity.”

Fueled by a $9.44 million investment in 2015, the company has most recently appointed Alex Thibault as VP of Business Development in North America.

Vulog will be unveiling its plans for the American market during the Detroit Auto Show at Automobili-D.

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