Bird

Bird

Bird

Bird operates as a dockless electric scooter company developing a vehicle sharing platform.
Founded
2017
Raised
$740M
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Latest funding Show all
$75,000,000
Venture capital (Series D) - 2020
Idinvest Partners Target Global Team Europe +1
$250,000,000
Venture capital (Series A) - 2019
Upfront Ventures Up­front Ven­tures
Team Size
1–10
Employees
The Verge

Bird lays off nearly a third of its staff during coronavirus pandemic

TNW

Lime and Bird halt e-scooter services in Europe and US — guess why...

The Verge

Bird Pay tries to appease local businesses plagued by scooters

FutureShift

Two Bird e-scooters are better than one, right?

$75,000,000 Venture capital (Series D)
FinSMEs , DealStreetAsia

Bird Raises $75M in Series D; Acquires Circ

Reuters Tech News

Electric scooter startup Bird extends latest funding round by $75 million

VentureBeat , SiliconANGLE , Crunchbase News

Bird raises $75 million and acquires escooter startup Circ

TechCrunch

Bird confirms acquisition of Berlin scooter competitor Circ

FT Technology News

E-scooter pioneer Bird in talks to acquire German rival Circ

Silicon Luxembourg

Bird Pauses Luxembourg

TechCrunch

Bird CEO Travis VanderZanden to talk scooters, unit economics and multibillion-dollar valuation at Disrupt SF

VentureBeat

Bird beefs up new escooter with a 50% larger battery

TechCrunch

Bird is raising Series D round led by Sequoia at $2.5 billion valuation

$250,000,000 Venture capital (Series A)
TechCrunch

Bird investor Upfront Ventures eyes $250M growth fund

SiliconANGLE

Bird confirms it has acquired e-scooter sharing service Scoot - SiliconANGLE

The Verge

Bird just bought its way into San Francisco by purchasing its rival Scoot

TechCrunch

Sources: Bird is in talks to acquire scooter startup Scoot

TechCrunch

Bird scooters are coming back to San Francisco

TechCrunch

Bird will launch electric scooters in 50+ European cities

The Verge

How Bird plans to blanket the world with electric scooters without going bankrupt