Meet TIER Mobility

TIER Mobility was founded in 2018 by Lawrence Leuschner, Matthias Laug and Julian Blessin with a mission to change mobility for good.

Today, TIER is Europe’s leading shared micro-mobility provider, operating in 170+ cities in 18 countries. With a focus on providing the safest, most equitable and most sustainable mobility solution, TIER has been climate neutral since 2020.

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Transforming cities with electric vehicles

TIER is the first European micro-mobility provider to offer users electric bikes, scooters and mopeds in a single app. Its vehicles contribute to a more sustainable environment and a zero-emission future.

Jesper Vis, general manager at Tier: “To reduce transport costs and emissions, we deploy local teams in all operating cities. Our people ride electric cargo bikes and drive climate-friendly vans through cities to replace empty batteries. As a result, TIER’s vehicles do not have to go to a warehouse to be charged.” It is, in part, thanks to this way of working that TIER has been completely climate neutral since January 2020.


Developing new standards

The company continues its pioneering work, rolling out the TIER Energy Network, a ground-breaking innovation that will see thousands of battery charging stations installed at businesses in cities across Europe. The goal is to power electric vehicles in the most efficient and sustainable way.

“We believe that micro-mobility has the power to transform cities around the world as they look for ways to make their transport networks safer and more environmentally friendly.” 

Jesper Vis, general manager at TIER

Rapidly growing through intensive local collaborations

In just three years, the company has expanded to over 160 cities, including Utrecht and Amersfoort. Since October 2021, TIER has made electric bikes and mopeds available in Utrecht Region to encourage people to make more sustainable and healthier mobility choices.

“Our rapid expansion was made possible by collaborating with local municipalities and the transport sector”, says Vis. “In addition, the NFIA, BOM and ROM Utrecht Region have actively helped us settle in the Netherlands.”