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Wednesday, October 7 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Scoot Networks
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Session Title: How Scoot is Solving the Parking Problem in SF

Getting around San Francisco can be tough these days, but Scoot offers a solution— fast, fun, affordable, electric scooters you can ride for $2, and park wherever you're headed. Scoots fit almost anywhere— at small curbs where other vehicles don't fit, between parked cars, at motorcycle parking all over town. Scoots aren’t just a great way to get where you're going, there also a breeze to park once you've arrived. Scoot's CEO, Michael Keating will discuss how the company has grown, where it’s going, and just how much it has expanded through San Francisco.

Presenters
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Michael Keating

Founder & CEO, Scoot Networks

Host Companies
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Scoot Networks

Scoot Networks is bringing electric scooters to everyone. We have a fleet of 400 all-electric motorscooters that anyone with a smart phone can ride by the half-hour or the day. You don't need a motorcycle license to use scoot and we'll teach you how to ride, if you're new to two-wheels. Scoot is as fast as a cab, as cheap as the bus, and as fun as your bike.

Ambassadors
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Sanjay Maharjan

Student, Bemidji State University
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Ned Nadima

Student, Carleton University

Wednesday October 7, 2015 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Scoot Networks 756 Natoma St, San Francisco, CA, 94103
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  • Company Description Scoot Networks is bringing electric scooters to everyone. We have a fleet of 400 all-electric motorscooters that anyone with a smart phone can ride by the half-hour or the day. You don't need a motorcycle license to use scoot and we'll teach you how to ride, if you're new to two-wheels. Scoot is as fast as a cab, as cheap as the bus, and as fun as your bike.