The Importance of Long-Term Vision for Shared Mobility Startups

Starting a shared mobility startup can be a daunting task. With so many moving parts to consider, it can be tempting to focus solely on short-term goals and immediate challenges. However, a startup without a clear, long-term vision risks losing focus and direction, making it difficult to achieve long-term success.

Having a clear, long-term vision for your shared mobility startup is crucial for a number of reasons. Firstly, it helps you define your goals and objectives, allowing you to make better-informed decisions. When you have a clear idea of where you want to go, you can take the necessary steps to get there.

Secondly, a long-term vision helps you create a cohesive team culture. When everyone in the company is working towards the same long-term goals, it creates a shared sense of purpose and direction. This, in turn, can help to motivate employees and keep them engaged and committed to the company’s success.

Finally, having a long-term vision can help your shared mobility startup stand out from the competition. With so many startups entering the shared mobility industry, having a unique, long-term vision can help differentiate your company and attract investors and customers who share your values and goals.

However, it’s not enough to simply have a long-term vision. Your vision must also be aligned with your long-term goals and objectives. This means that every decision you make, from hiring new team members to developing new products, should be made with your long-term vision in mind.


In conclusion, having a clear, long-term vision is essential for shared mobility startups. It helps you define your goals, create a cohesive team culture, and differentiate your company from the competition. However, it’s important to ensure that your long-term vision is aligned with your long-term goals and objectives, so that every decision you make brings you closer to achieving them. By doing so, you’ll be on the path to long-term success in the shared mobility industry.


Watch a video clip from the Early Days of Micromobility Podcast, in which maxim Romain discusses the longterm vision of DOTT.