Parkle makes it easier for residents to reserve an extra parking for a couple of hours when friends, family are visiting.
Visiting friends or family don’t need to use a public parking further away, but can park right in the building.
Parkle enables residents to gain economic value by renting out their parking spot while at work, on a holiday, …
On a macro scale, Parkle causes less ‘parking seeking’ traffic in the city and it improves the parking capacity of the city without any cost by enabling currently unused capacity.
“With Parkle it’s so much easier to invite friends to visit. I use the Parkle chatbot to make a reservation and let my friends park in the parking below my apartment.”
Chris De Herdt and Philippe T’Seyen, the 2 Belgian entrepreneurs behind Parkle, have known each other since they were 12 years old. Chris stems from a logistics background, but has since been commercially active for more than 10 years in ICT. Philippe is a seasoned software wizard who likes to seek efficient solutions.
With Parkle we wan’t to offer a parking sharing platform for city residents and their visitors. At the city level our goal is to contribute to a better mobility and expose the economic value of private parking place sharing.