free rides for visitors who sign up for the service

free rides for visitors who sign up for the service
free rides for visitors who sign up for the service

Helbiz, global leader in micro-mobility and protagonist of a recent merger with GreenVision Acquisition Corp. (Nasdaq: GRNV) and the acquisition of MiMoto Smart Mobility Srl, Italian leader in the scooter sharing market, swill be partner of green micro-mobility of MiMo (Milan Monza Motor Show), the open air show dedicated to the world of engines that will gather all mobility enthusiasts from 10 to 13 June.

For the first time in Italy, a micro-mobility player such as Helbiz has chosen to join such an emblematic event in the automotive sector to highlight the importance of an increasingly integrated mobility, where different means of transport work together to offer the best user travel experience.

During the four days of the exhibition, Helbiz will put the electric scooters at the complete disposal of the staff, offering visitors two free rides to move between the streets of the two cities. To enjoy the free unlocks, reserved for all new users who register for the first time in the Helbiz app, just type the appropriate code “MIMO21” in the appropriate key field. A free test drive on Helbiz’s electric vehicles will also be offered to all users who will present themselves in the hot spot set up by the company in Piazza Castello, Milan. As the sole partner of green micro-mobility, Helbiz’s goal will be to facilitate travel between the various venues of the event.

To unite Helbiz and MiMo the interest in new trends related to electric mobility and the attention to technological platforms as a fundamental tool in people’s lives. For this reason, the company will be alongside the organizers in all the digital “squares” that will frame the event, from the website to the social channels (Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin).


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