Monta gets capital injection, ready to put the pedal to the metal

"It's all about gaining as much speed as possible," says founder and CEO of electric car app Monta after raising EUR 15m.

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Danish developer Monta was founded just over a year ago. But unlike natural human development, it nearly wasn't necessary for the company to start out by crawling or walking.

Instead, the company has sprinted forth with the gusto of Carl Lewis over the past year, during which the number of users reached 18,000 and the number of charging stations grew to 6,000. With the app, users can access more than 150,000 charging points across Europe. And much like Carl Lewis, Monta has also received injections for an explosive take-off.

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