Scoop is the largest carpooling solution in the United States, partnering with some of the world's most forward-thinking organizations like LinkedIn, T-Mobile, and Workday to offer convenient and reliable carpooling to their workforces. Scoop addresses a key pain point for businesses and employees alike, solving for the third largest driver of voluntary attrition: the commute.
By helping to make employees happier, healthier, and more productive in their day-to-day lives, Scoop supports organizations delivering exceptional employee experience, giving them an advantage in an ever-evolving, competitive landscape.
Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Scoop was founded in 2015 by brother Robert and Jonathan Sadow and is a privately-held company with the backing of prominent investors, including BMW iVentures, Signia Venture Partners, Index Ventures, Workday Ventures, and G2VP, among others.
How it works for commuters
Separate morning and evening trips to fit every commuter's schedule. Use it once per week or every single day.
Commuters can choose to ride or drive every time, and can specify the times that work best for them.
Scoop finds the most efficient trip based on fastest route, nearby carpoolers, and much more.
How it works for employers
The Scoop team provides best-in-class program implementation and on-campus marketing to drive carpooling adoption.
Each customer is paired with a dedicated Scoop team member to share updates, performance, best practices, and plans for growth.
Reporting and insights
Understand the program's overall impact on an organization's key metrics, presented in quarterly business reviews.
Broll: How Scoop works
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Rob Sadow is Co-Founder and CEO of Scoop, the largest carpooling solution in the country. Scoop partners with some of the world's largest employers to change commuter behavior at scale, including LinkedIn, T-Mobile, and Workday to offer convenient, enjoyable carpooling to their employees, helping commuters be happier and less stressed.
Rob was recently included in ACT’s 40 Under 40 and has spoken on the topics of new and shared mobility in Fortune, Bloomberg, and at industry, academic, and investor conferences. Prior to co-founding Scoop, Rob was a strategy consultant at Bain & Company, where he specialized in customer strategy and marketing. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Management, Legal & Business Ethics.
Rob Sadow, Co-Founder and CEO
Jon Sadow, Co-Founder and CPO
Jonathan Sadow is the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Scoop, the largest carpooling solution in the country. Scoop partners with some of the world's largest employers to change commuter behavior at scale, including LinkedIn, T-Mobile, and Workday to offer convenient, enjoyable carpooling to their employees, helping commuters be happier and less stressed.
Prior to co-founding Scoop, Jon spent years at Google in both Product Management and Business Development. Jon graduated from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and International Business.