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GreenMobility is a Danish company in the Mobility-as-a-Service space. GreenMobility operates a free-floating carsharing business of more than 1,000 electric vehicles across larger cities in Europe, aspiring to grow this number to around 10,000 in 2025. More than 100,000 people have signed up on the service, and users have access to the GreenMobility cars through the GreenMobility app. With thousands of daily trips, GreenMobility helps reduce congestion in cities with a climate impact. GreenMobility is listed at OMXC Small Cap in Denmark. The share was transferred to the Nasdaq Main Market in December 2020 from Nasdaq First North.

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-71.97 %
Dividend yield-%
Target price
NASDAQ Copenhagen
Daily low / high price
57.2 / 61.2 DKK
Market cap
266.94M DKK
43.05K DKK
Analyst Comment

GreenMobility: 2023 guidance confirms growth despite cash preserving strategy

Today, GreenMobility released its financial report for 2022 and 2023 guidance. 2023 guidance was the focal point of the reporting, especially in light of its strategy transition from the start of the year.

2023-03-16 by Michael Friis

GreenMobility – Presentation of annual report 2022

GreenMobility is expected to publish its annual report for 2022 on 16 March 2023. Later the same day, you can meet and ask questions live to GreenMobility’s interim CEO and CFO Anders Wall, who will present the financial numbers and main achievements.


GreenMobility: One-pager

At the beginning of 2023, GreenMobility launched its new strategy, focusing on existing core markets and exiting the Swedish and German markets, relocating its vehicles to markets with a higher revenue per car. With this new focus, the investment case is highly dependent on GreenMobility’s ability to reach profitability. The company now expects to reach breakeven in late 2023 and reach profitability in 2024.

2023-02-03 by Kasper Lihn

QuickTake uge 2: Ugens højdespringere og Novo Nordisk

I denne uges QuickTake tager vi et kig på ugens højdespringere, herunder Green Hydrogen Systems, Bang & Olufsen, NTR Holding, WindowMaster og GreenMobility. Derudover kommer vi omkring Novo Nordisk og diskussionen om prissætningen.

2023-01-14 by Kasper Lihn

GreenMobility – New strategy plan and Q&A

This week, GreenMobility released a strategy update with more focus on profitability and cash preservation by focusing on its core markets. We hosted an event with GreenMobility's Interim CEO and Group CFO Anders Wall yesterday. In the event, he explained the plans laid out in the new strategy and what to expect.

Analyst Comment

HCA Market Close 10/01 2023 – GreenMobility launched new strategic plan

HCA Market Close 10/01 2023 – GreenMobility launched its new strategic plan today, focusing on profitability.

2023-01-10 by Philip Coombes
Analyst Comment

GreenMobility: 2022 guidance downgrade, departure of the CEO, and a strategy change

This morning, GreenMobility announced a downward revision of 2022 guidance, the departure of the CEO, and a strategy change. The 2022 revenue is now expected to be in the range of DKK 95-100m (previously DKK 100-110m) and the result is now expected to be between DKK -80m to -75m (prev. DKK -70m to -60m).

2022-11-11 by Michael Friis

GreenMobility: Presentation of Trading update Q3 2022

GreenMobility A/S yesterday reported 56% growth in the third quarter, and confirmed the 2022 guidance, but also warns about challenges that consumers might pose some headwinds and drive changes. GreenMobility's board and management are currently considering making appropriate and prudent adjustments, with more focus on preserving cash. If decided, it will likely extend the expected timeline for reaching the aspirational levels in 2025..

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GreenMobility: Trading update Q3 2022

The company confirms 2022 guidance, where revenue is expected to land at DKK 100-110 million and net result of DKK (60-70) million, but also acknowledge challenges on the input cost side, where an extra energy fee has been introduced. Furthermore, they monitor the consumer behavior closely.

2022-10-13 by Michael Friis