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By Andreas Nelskamp

BMW Group subsidiary Designworks and Flixbus Founder support Rydies


Dear Companists,

We are pleased to share some exciting news with you today. Rydies has entered into two important partnerships that constitute a major step in our further development.


Rydies secures cooperation with Designworks

The BMW Group subsidiary Designworks, which is also responsible for the design of the BMW bicycles, supports Rydies in visualizing and presenting its products to mobility providers, portals, service providers, and municipal administrations. The cooperation is based on the common vision of a "healthy city of the future."

 "The Rydies concept impressed us immediately. It fits in with our claim to holistically design the mobility of tomorrow and to offer interconnected solutions for healthy cities. We want to support this," says Sonja Schiefer, director of Designworks' Munich studio.


Rydies - BMW Group


In the car, customers can already benefit in many ways from the manifold possibilities that digitalization and integration bring. Designworks connects Rydies with experts from the BMW Group, customers, and partners in the higher-level mobility sector so that bicycle mobility can benefit from this expertise.

The press release of the BMW Group was published today, 27.09.2018. Click here for the complete article.

Next week already brings our next highlight. We will be at the startup fair Bits & Pretzels together with Designworks! Visit us on 1 October in Munich.


Flixbus co-founder Daniel Krauss supports Rydies as sparring partner

Daniel Krauss, one of the founders and managing directors of Flixbus, is not only a Companist, but much more important - he supports Rydies as a sparring partner.


Rydies - Flixbus


Flixbus has built up a rapidly growing platform and has become Europe's largest bus provider without its own vehicles. Rydies is building a micro-mobility platform without its own infrastructure and bicycles. Therefore, Daniel's experiences and networks are very valuable for us.


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