Nabogo makes it easy to drive together in daily life.
To work, school and leisure activities.
Nabogo enters into contracts with ambitious provinces and public transport authorities. Through local partnerships, we move behavior in the real world.
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What can nabogo do for your province and PTA?
Fighting ‘mobility poverty’
Nabogo carpooling is designed to create new mobility – especially in rural areas, where little or no public transport exists. However, new mobility doesn’t need to be created in the physical sense – it’s already available in the form of empty car seats in traffic. Nabogo activates these seats, which in turn lowers the need for our users to own one or more cars. The derived effect by carpooling is typically even more customers for the buses and trains, as the overall mobility offer is improved for citizens.
Companies and business networks
Nabogo’s carpooling helps companies attract and retain talented employees by making it easier to get to work. The companies also get the opportunity to contribute to a measurable reduction in CO2 emissions. When carpooling has become an everyday habit, it creates and strengthens communities across departments.
Young people in particular are very open to carpooling. Nabogo gives them a tool with financial, social and green incentives to help each other get to school. This way, more educational institutions become available, especially outside the big cities, and it creates and strengthens communities across school grades.
Traffic & parking
As an attractive alternative to buying a car and driving alone, carpooling reduces congestion on roads and frees up parking spaces, e.g. at companies and educational institutions.
Nabogo strengthens the range of public transport by integrating carpooling – and can thus retain customers who would otherwise buy a car.
Carpooling is the obvious choice when we want to achieve significant and measurable CO2 reductions as private cars make up a very big part of carbon footprints. It does not require new physical infrastructure or material production, but simply to utilize existing resources: the empty seats in private cars. A study from the Technical University of Denmark shows that carpooling is the second cheapest and most effective way to reduce CO2 emissions in the transport sector. Nr. 1 is working from home.
Kasper Dam Mikkelsen
Co-founder & Partnership Director
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Nabogo wins the cateogry Startup/ Scaleup in South Jutland, Denmark 2022
EY Entrepreneur Of The Year is the world’s largest and most recognized growth creator competition.
On November 4, nabogo won in South Jutland and thereby qualified for the national final.
Read more about the growth competition here.