When car2go member Rebecca A. of Vancouver saw that we re-launched our blog, she immediately contacted us to tell her story.
Without a car, getting to work, the concert or a friend’s house becomes a game of strategy where there are a whole bunch of options that work in different contexts. As more mobility options have appeared and more and more people are giving up their cars, getting around has become much easier than it used to be.
Internships are great – you get to know an industry from the inside, you’re part of projects and learn to make your first steps in the working world. So, what does it mean to be an intern at car2go? The HR department in Stuttgart has conducted an interview with a car2go intern to find out what her time was like.
Many people celebrate their very special day once in a lifetime- the wedding – and one question is always asked: What car is suitable as a wedding car? This is exactly the question an engaged couple of the US asked themselves and had the very special idea of taking a car2go as a wedding vehicle.
Since the first car2go cruised through German and international streets as a carsharing vehicle, the smart two-seater is fully integrated within the brand. Now, the automobile manufacturer from Stuttgart introduces the new smart model in the cities: It is more nimble, more spacious and brings , besides a new look, additional features.
For more than seven years car2go drives through the cities and brings many users from A to B every day. At this several numbers have been grown, for instance the number of users, the surface of operating area or the length of the traveled distance with car2gos. Some of these data tell their own and partly surprising story.
The weekend is coming up soon, so time to make some plans. There are various ways to fill your weekend. Whether it is a city-trip, helping friends with their move or decorating your apartment, car2go is always there by your side. Also, our little helpers have more storage capacity than you might think!
There are millions of books spread over the world – in hundreds of different languages, on any topics. Even though they differ by subject area and language, books mostly have one thing in common: They will be read once; afterwards they gather dust on the bookshelf. Today, we will show you how you can give seldom read books an exciting life again. The secret is:book sharing!
Everyone knows the problem: A wardrobe full of clothes but nothing to wear! Either outgrown clothes, you don’t like the look of anymore, or you even can’t really remember, why you have bought this piece of clothing. Are your clothes far too good to throw away, but your budget is too low for new purchases? At this point the sharing idea may begin, which is the reason why we focus this time on the sharing of clothes.
It’s Friday and the weekend is around the corner. You would like to indulge in some art, but you can’t stand a museum? How about some street art? That’s almost like a museum, but for free and outside. For some “Local Flavor” we have sorted through our images and collected pictures that our members have taken. Here our best of:
Some topics on our blog examine things you can share – apart from cars. This time we will talk about job sharing. For many people working is not the most important purpose in life anymore. They are dreaming about having more time to live and about working less. But what does job sharing mean exactly and how does it work out in practice?
The idea of sharing is not a new one and can be transferred – both commercially as non-commercially – to many different areas: housing, tools, kitchen utensils and even food. Why should something go rot in the cupboard or supermarket shelf, if someone else could really use it.