Peer-to-peer car sharing platform SnappCar launched on Tuesday in Copenhagen. It aims to reach 100,000 Danish users during 2016.
SnappCar is already active in Germany, Netherlands and Sweden – and the co-founder of SnappCar, Pascal Ontijd says they have high expectations for the Danish market.
“Denmark is one of the most interesting markets for peer2peer car sharing, because it is still relatively untapped, but has huge potential. Our users not only aspire to save money but also want to make a positive impact on society. They often live in cities and are between the ages of 25-45, “ says Ontijd.
The originally Dutch SnappCar acquired Danish MinbilDinbil last year, and became one of the three largest platforms in the world in the car sharing field.
“We want to expand to all of North-Western Europe in the coming 3 years,” says Ontijd.