Zapp, the ride-share solution using low-speed, electric cycles (scooters/mopeds) is driving towards expansion into new markets while adding electric assisted bicycles, neighborhood electric vehicles (NEV’s) and electric cars to its fleet. For the first time, Zapp will debut its business model and app to the tech community at the Collision Conference in New Orleans on May 1st to May 3rd.
"Zapp is honored to be selected to attend and exhibit at Collison. Our goal is to show the tech and investment community that Zapp RideShare and our technology are ready for funding and expansion as a franchise and SAAS model. Zapp is ideal for today’s shared economy" said founder and CEO, Frank Scozzafava.
Zapp vehicles are controlled, rented and shared from the Zapp app and all have proprietary hardware and a T-Mobile data chip inside. The interaction of the app, back-end management system and equipment create the ultimate ride-share solution for urban areas and college campuses. Currently, "Zappers" in the city of Columbia, SC and at the University of South Carolina use the app to locate, start, ride and share Zapp by monthly subscription or using pay-per-ride time packages. They pick up and drop off at any of the multiple locations twenty-four hours a day.
Zapp RideShare has become a staple for getting around at the university while reducing traffic and parking congestion along with the reduction of air and noise pollution. Zapp is now a verb. I Zapped to class or lets Zapp to the game. Zapp On!