Beam targets work travel with the launch of Beam for Business

Beam targets work travel with the launch of Beam for Business
  • New feature to help businesses entice workers back to the office with free e-scooter and e-bike travel
  • Big tick to meet sustainability and ESG targets in the business world, reducing reliance on cars

[1 August 2023] In a regional first, businesses looking to entice their workers back into the office have been given a new string to their bow thanks to Australia and New Zealand’s largest shared micromobility provider Beam.

With the all-new ‘Beam for Business’ program, businesses signing up can offer their employees free Beam travel via dedicated business profiles on the Beam app, valid on Beam’s purple e-scooters and e-bikes. Employees can flick between personal and business… but when it’s business, work pays. 

The feature is designed to allow businesses to harness shared e-scooters and e-bikes and make micromobility part of their transport solution. 

Companies can access a dashboard, outlining kilometres travelled on Beam’s Certified Climate Neutral e-scooters, with employee trips counting positively towards their carbon emissions reduction strategies. 

Beam Head of Business Development (ANZ) Adam Rossetto said the ‘Beam for Business’ program is open to businesses who want to do work travel differently. 

“We are all about seeing how shared micromobility can fill in time-of-day movement gaps, particularly for those short trips such as running to a meeting or heading out for lunch. 
“We see Beam for Business forming part of the arsenal of a business helping their workers get to and from work, as well as around town during the day for meetings and work commitments, all whilst being environmentally friendly. 
“As part of the Beam for Business program, we assist companies in tracking how far their employees have travelled on our Certified Climate Neutral e-scooters, supporting them in their carbon emissions reduction plans.” 

South Australian planning firm URPS
is one early adopter of this new initiative. URPS Managing Director, Matthew King, said while flexibility remained important, it was critical for businesses to be constantly innovating to ensure a strong, workplace culture.

“The challenge for us, as business leaders, is to keep coming up with new and inventive ways to make being in the office cool again,”
“Our SA-first collaboration with Beam is another part of that overall effort.
“It’s a practical way that we can do our part to help our staff reduce some of their transport costs, where possible, while at the same time supporting the city and the environment.” 

Beam for Business is certain to be attractive to businesses looking for new ‘perks’ to retain and attract workers, particularly those committed to social and environmental impact reduction.

To activate, each eligible employee will be issued a unique activation code to create their Beam for Business profile, tied to their organisation. 

Scanning on and starting a Beam trip from their business profile will allow rider trips to be fully paid for by their organisation

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