MIT spinout Superpedestrian has collected $125m in a series C round that attracted Sony Innovation Fund and Citi Impact Fund.

Superpedestrian, a US-based shared e-scooter provider spun out of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has picked up $125m in series C financing, TechCrunch reported yesterday.

The round featured Citi Impact Fund and Sony Innovation Fund, respective vehicles for financial services firm Citi and consumer electronics producer Sony, as well as investment bank Jefferies, investment firm Antara Capital, asset manager FM Capital and venture capital firms Spark Capital and General Catalyst.

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Thierry Heles

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