Revenue in the E-Scooter-sharing segment is projected to reach €782.80m in 2023.
Revenue is expected to show an annual growth rate (CAGR 2023-2027) of 10.85%, resulting in a projected market volume of €1,182.00m by 2027.
In the E-Scooter-sharing segment, the number of users is expected to amount to 58.9m users by 2027.
User penetration is 4.9% in 2023 and is expected to hit 6.9% by 2027.
The average revenue per user (ARPU) is expected to amount to €18.82.
In the E-Scooter-sharing segment, 100% of total revenue will be generated through online sales by 2027.
In global comparison, most revenue will be generated in the United States (€678.90m in 2023).
The E-Scooter Sharing segment comprises e-scooter-sharing services that provide short-term rentals of electric motorized scooters. In e-scooter sharing, scooters are generally owned by an e-scooter-sharing provider and can be reserved independently by customers around the clock. Customers are required to open an account with the e-scooter-sharing provider and can then reserve the vehicles, usually with a smartphone app. Providers normally offer dockless services, so it is possible to find e-scooters everywhere within the provider’s business zone, e.g., on sidewalks, and to leave the scooters anywhere in accordance with traffic regulations.
The revenue represents the entire volume of bookings by users from the respective region, regardless of origin and destination. User numbers show only those individuals who have made a reservation. Multi-day e-scooter rentals and peer-to-peer services are not included in this definition. Moreover, discounts, e.g., free minutes for customers with long-term subscriptions, have not been considered in the modeling of this segment. E-scooter-sharing services are not available in all countries, and for this reason, only a limited number of regions can be selected.