Ector is a valet parking service at train stations and airports offering all travelers a convenient and economical way to get there by car. Ector offers the driver to take charge of his vehicle at the drop-off, park it in a private car park and return it to his arrival terminal, turnkey.
The pioneering and industry-leading startup accelerates its deployment by facilitating parking in all mobility hubs. It is already present in 20 airports (Paris CDG and Orly, Lyon, Nice, Nantes, Toulouse, Brussels and Geneva) or train stations (Gare de Lyon, Gare de l’Est, Gare du Nord, Gare Montparnasse, Marne La Vallée and Lyon Part Dieu) spread over 6 major French cities: Lille, Paris, Nice, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Lyon.
Contrary to a number of venture investment funds, Via ID is distinguished by its expertise and network in the mobility sector, its long-term support approach and its backing from Mobivia Groupe, an international and entrepreneurial company. In addition to financial assistance, Via-ID offers comprehensive support with regard to a variety of subjects such as law, human resources, and even communication, thanks to dedicated teams and sessions of thematic exchange between startups.
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