HOPR is a child company of CycleHop both founded by CEO Josh Squire, creator of the first U.S. patent for “Automated Bicycle Rental Station”. Over the last two decades, CycleHop has been focusing efforts on developing one of the largest bike share fleets in North America creating a “bike share revolution”.
CycleHop’s mission and vision is to enable mobility and inspire people to ride bicycles for the benefit of one’s health spirit and planet by partnering with communities, businesses, cities and universities offering both normal and electric, shared bicycles to the public.
Today’s share economy has disrupted our ways of transportation around a city, this has enabled a vast amount of companies in the private sector to offer shared mobility services like Car2Go, Lyft, Uber, and many others more. This is where HOPR’s transit app is looking to position itself by offering an expanded fleet of advanced shared-use-mobility vehicles, powered by a multi-purpose transit app.
We thank our friends from Banter and Lollipop for putting us in touch with Mia Kohout, GM from HOPR who gave us full creative lead by crafting a story around their company; Which we are so proud of getting nominated and screened at Spark Animation Festival 2018.
Gamomo Creative Lab
Kenji Rodriguez Tanamachi
Art (Concept, Layout, Color)
Compositing & Editing