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Gitika Srivastava commented on Zagster
I invested $30,000 in Zagster last year, to wait and watch how the team would execute its business plan. It was an operations play for me at that point, because the business model was quite simple and well set. The team delivered. They signed on corporate customers -- a big name in each of the verticals they are targeting -- and proved that Zagster could be done! I know I see Hubway bikes around town, but I know Zagster is the one building a profitable business. I really like Zagster's business/sales strategy.
Zagster is not your average bike share operator. While other companies like B-cycle and Alta pursue seven-figure government contracts, Zagster has been going after much smaller, but more numerous fish. Hotels, business campuses, universities,...
The city that put the world on four wheels is embracing two. Detroit-based Rock Ventures LLC and its flagship company, online home lender Quicken Loans, Inc., on Wednesday became the first businesses in the city to adopt a formal bike-share program, part
Bike sharing is taking off the world over. According to one count, at least 500 cities and towns now have some sort of scheme. But, in fact, the trend doesn't stop there. As well as public projects, there are also increasing numbers of private...
Bicycling has arrived in the Motor City. While the press focuses on Detroit's bankruptcy, Dan Gilbert and Quicken Loans continue to invest in Motown. Gilbert's Rock Ventures, his umbrella holdings group for dozens of real estate investments and...
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UpdateZagster featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer today!...
30 Jun 2013All Updates
Zagster bike-sharing program launched in downtown Detroit | The Detroit News
20 Aug 2013All Press