Scoop Technologies

Scoop brings commuters together in carpools they love by partnering with their employers.

Scoop Technologies Inc. is a San Francisco-based company founded by brothers Rob and Jon Sadow in 2015. Scoop dramatically improves the daily commute by offering convenient and enjoyable carpooling. Scoop partners with employers of any size, enabling them to offer an impactful carpool solution to their workforce. With more than 100k carpoolers on the platform, tens of thousands are able to carpool with Scoop. Scoop has raised $36M from G2VP, Index Ventures, and Signia Venture Partners, including other prominent investors such as Jeff Weiner, Jack Chou, and Mike Gamson.

With separate morning and evening scheduling and the ability to ride OR drive, Scoop makes it easy to coordinate your daily carpool. Scoop’s algorithm selects the most convenient trip based on the most efficient route, nearby carpoolers, carpool lanes, and more. For a smooth trip, Scoop lets you know your carpool details ahead of time so there's no stress on the day of the carpool.

With over 30 partners on board in the Bay Area and Seattle, employers form the backbone of the Scoop Community. Companies like LinkedIn, Symantec, Applied Materials, and T-Mobile have all helped their employees make the commute a meaningful part of their day. Scoop is actively expanding across the country, bringing convenient carpooling to millions of commuters. See takescoop.com for more information.

Founders:  Jonathan Sadow, Robert Sadow

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