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Author: Nicole Schlosser
Publication Date: Jul 25 2023
Pages: 15
Report Type: Report, Word
Connected Mobility

Swvl’s SPAC, Via’s Tech Ties Illustrate MaaS Successes, Struggles

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Report Summary:

International mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) companies Swvl and Via responded differently to the ongoing need for funding amid tepid post-pandemic ridership recovery and investors’ declining interest in shared mobility. Swvl went public, bought several companies, but lost money and had to quickly scale back. Via gained substantial backing despite the tough financial climate and invested in technology to foster growth. This report covers how these two companies have dealt with obstacles and what their trajectories indicate for their future in the MaaS space.
Table of Contents

1.    Executive Summary    3
2.    Analysis    5
2.1.    Swvl    6
2.1.1.    Going Public to Fund Aggressive Expansion Plans    6
2.1.2.    Macroeconomic Headwinds    8
2.2.    Via    9
2.2.1.    Acquiring Technological Tools, Services    10
2.3.    Ecosystem, Competition    12
3.    Implications    13
4.    Contact Us    14
5.    About Us    14

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