Francesco graduated with an M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from Technische Universität München and Massachusetts Institute of Technology and used to work as a Product Manager for BMW Mobility Services before starting Kyte. At BMW, Francesco launched mobility services combining carsharing and ridehailing in the US and China. 2019, Francesco co-founded Kyte. Since then, Francesco is driving the product vision and product strategy of the company. Fun fact: Francesco broke the Guinness World Record for the longest MTB wheelie back in the day. Kyte is a technology company offering its users the easiest way to get a car for a day, a week, or several months. Kyte has been founded in 2019 and raised $40 million to date. It is operating across more than 10 cities in the US and quickly expanding. Find more information at kyte.com.