The aim is to integrate city mobility programs like e-scooters and e-bikes into the platform so that once registered, users can access transport — including car rental — around the world from a single app.
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Ark2030 announced a joint venture with Hannk, providing e-mobility access for its members. Ark2020 is a smartphone app that capitalizes on customer loyalty points, with 1% of purchases from participating brands feeding directly into large-scale landscape restoration projects. Hannk is an app-based car rental broker that also allows travelers to book carshare, urban transportation, taxis, and other forms.
The app connects users with the ability to hire multiple modes of 'green energy' transport in a global network of cities and transport hubs, announced to the statement.
A key pillar of the company's mission is to provide members with resources to help them make decisions and take actions which are better for the planet, the statement said. The Hannk platform will power the Ark e-mobility program, connecting members to EV car Hire and EV taxis around the world.
"As part of our commitment to helping to restore the planet, we are delighted to Partner with Ark2030," said Stephen Fern, founder of Ark2030. "Not only will this open up our e-mobility platform to a global audience, we have committed to providing Ark Rewards for every transaction undertaken on the App to double the impact of members choosing to use our e-mobility platform; funding eco system restoration programmes around the world. We invite any car rental company, taxi or chauffeur company, airport transfer companies or EV charge points to connect us in the first instance if you want to be involved in helping the planet"
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