Onepark investment from AccorHotels, Groupe ADP & Keolis

Onepark raises 15 million euros and speeds up its growth in Europe

With nearly 30 million euros raised in just one year, Onepark, already the leader in France, harbors great international ambitions.

Just one year after the announcement of a second funding round, Onepark, the of the parking industry, has done it again and has raised 15 million euros. This investment is managed by AccorHotels alongside Groupe ADP who both invested capital in the startup. The historical investor Keolis and the business angels Christophe Courtin (founder of the Santiane Group) and James Blouzard (co-founder of the Wonderbox Group) are also involved in the operation.

The Onepark online platform allows motorists to compare and book parking spaces at the best price. Onepark’s strengths lie in the wealth of its inventory of 1,500 car parks and its capacity to offer users previously inaccessible car parks, both in city centers, and close to airports and train stations (hotel car parks, office car parks, social housings and real estate landlords ...).
Launched in 2014, Onepark has already reached the highest step of the French podium with an offer twice as large as the one of its competitors. Onepark’s expansion is also strong in Europe with the opening of four new markets in one year (2017-2018) and a presence in seven countries.
These synergies will enable Onepark to strengthen its leading position in France and its presence in already covered markets.

 "We are very pleased to support Onepark, a solution that we have already rolled out in nearly 250 hotels. Their development ambition is in line with our strategy to offer a vast number of additional services to our hotel partners and our customers. Space optimization is part of this vision and Onepark provides us with a concrete answer to this issue", explains Sébastien Bazin, Chairman and CEO of AccorHotels.

By 2023, Onepark aims to have 5,000 referenced car parks on its booking platform, that means three times its current inventory in Europe. All major cities and transportation hubs are targeted.