Tier joins WEF innovators group

World Economic Forum is platform 'to promote new thinking about the future of mobility'
Mobility as a Service / May 24, 2022
By Adam Hill
E-scooters sustainable World Economic Forum decarbonisation image credit: Tier Mobility
'Holistic set of mobility solutions' will help create liveable cities (image credit: Tier Mobility)

Tier Mobility has joined the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Innovators Community, an invitation-only group of tech firms.

The micromobility provider joins other other companies from the ITS space in the group, including Joby Aviation, Cityzenith, Einride and Q-CTRL.

The WEF annual meeting is taking place in Davos, Switzerland, this week.

“The Global Innovator Community brings together some of the world's most promising start-ups and scale-ups, pooling their knowledge, experience and expertise to find solutions to current challenges in the world," said Lawrence Leuschner, Tier CEO and co-founder.

He wants to use the platform "to promote new thinking about the future of mobility, urban design and building businesses for growth while protecting the planet". 

Maya Ben Dror, manager of the Automotive and New Mobility Industry at the WEF, said Tier's "holistic set of mobility solutions will be invaluable in our efforts to ensure sustainable and resilient movement of people and things for liveable cities".

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