On Thursday, October 8th, 2020, CLIP participated in a socially-distanced showcase of micro-mobility ventures in the Newlab Courtyard in Brooklyn, NY. The intimate setting gave us the opportunity to tell the CLIP story and to offer test-rides with the latest prototype.
We’re honored to be named as a finalist for the best product design of the year along with the likes of Google, Nike, Samsung, and more.
As more and more New Yorkers start biking to move around the city, I wanted to share why I can’t wait to ride easy on the city’s interborough bridges with CLIP.
Earlier this month, CLIP and Bike Rescue had the absolute pleasure to say ‘thank you’ to healthcare workers at the NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital with a free bike tune up.
Michelin’s Movin’ON summit has been described as ‘Davos’ for mobility so it was quite a thrill for CLIP to be selected to represent the future of micro-mobility & multi-modal transit as one of the winning startups here.
We were invited among 6 finalists to the FIA Smart Cities Global Start-Up Contest. Chosen from 108 applicants from around the world, we were in great company with startups like CityFlag and Urbvan creating networked solutions . . .
When you design a product, tuning in to every aspect of its experience is important. In this particular case , how we presented the everyday experience of CLIP for a regular commuter was key. We wanted to be highly intentional about . . .