Originally published in PitchBook by PitchBook Staff on September 14, 2018
By displaying multiple on-demand transportation options with a single app, Migo makes it easy for users to see which service is most convenient at any time—without having to shuffle through various apps. Users can evaluate real-time price and wait time estimates for Uber, Lyft, Car2Go, on-demand bikes, taxi companies, public transit and more.
Latest financing: $9M, Series A
Capital raised to date: $11.4M
Investors: Hyundai CRADLE, Rolling Bay Ventures, Second Avenue Partners, B37 Ventures, Clayton Capital Partners, Thayer Ventures, Via ID and more
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Delete your travel apps: Migo raises $9M for all-in-one mobility app
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By displaying multiple on-demand transportation options with a single app, Migo makes it easy for users to see which service is most convenient at any time—without having to shuffle through various apps.
If you live in a city with bike share systems — especially hubless ones — having a consolidated view of every company’s offerings in one place will significantly cut down on the time it takes to find and unlock a bike.
New app connects you to multiple on-demand ride services through one screen
Migo, a Seattle-based search engine for on-demand ride services, launches Thursday. It lets users compare the locations and prices of nearby taxi, car-sharing and ride-hailing companies all in one app.