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Parking in the USA: Lessons from Parkable’s US wins

Ben Moore
Fri, 03 Jun 2022

Parking in the USA: Lessons from Parkable’s US wins
Parkable co-founder and chief executive Toby Littin believes the US is a prime export market for NZ tech. (Image: Parkable)
Ben Moore
Fri, 03 Jun 2022
New Zealand startup Parkable has come a long way from being ‘that app that helps you find a park in the city’, recently landing a deal to manage parking for Meta (formerly Facebook) and its 60,000 employees worldwide.This is not the first deal that the company has struck in the US but it’s certainly the most significant, especially considering Parkable has only been in the lucrative US market since the start of this year.The company also recently won a deal with the City of Los Angeles to manage parking for its trial carpoolin...

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