Parkable is an award-winning parking management system that simplifies workplace and tenant parking, enables effortless parking, and more efficient use of car park space.
Features include: sharing allocated bays, visitor parking, EV charging, payments and automatic problem resolution.
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- Funding stage
- Series B
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Snapshot of Parkable
At Parkable we work toward creating a world where parking is effortless and enjoyable.
The market opportunity ahead for Parkable
Parkable is purpose driven, and this defines our success.
We see our purpose solving three challenges; Helping to make parking a better human experience, better for businesses, and better for the environment.
This is measured against our aspirational goals of helping 1 million people a day, having a happier commute and making more sustainable commute choices.
For businesses, we aspire to help 10,000 workplaces reduce their parking real estate requirements and improve commuter options especially EV infrastructure.
Why Parkable is a great place to work
We are committed, game changers who have fun, and are decent humans.
To enable this, the People + Culture function works to create a diverse, inclusive and highly engaged workforce that supports personal and professional growth, values collaboration and cultivates a positive culture to support high performing teams.
Working with us
Change the game
Be creative in your thinking and innovative in your actions to find the best outcome for our customers, the business, and each other.
Love what you do and show off that passion in all you do.
Be a decent human
Respect others, their views, their diversity, and their identity.
Give each task your all until the customer or team is delighted with the results.
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