In April 2015, BlaBlaCar won the Bronze Edison Award for the category Motoring Solutions. The Edison Awards honor excellence in new product and service development, marketing, human-centered design and innovation.
In November 2014, BlaBlaCar won the ECCCO Award (European Confederation of Contact Centre Organisations Award), meaning BlaBlaCar has been recognised as having the best Member Relations Team in Europe.
In September 2014, BlaBlaCar’s COO, Nicolas Brusson, presented BlaBlaCar to a live jury at the Investors Allstars event, held in London. We were successful in our category and walked away with Europe’s Allstar Company of the Year Award.
In June 2014, BlaBlaCar won the Best Sharing Economy / Crowd-Sourcing Economy Startup Europas. TheEuropas celebrates Europe’s hottest and most innovative tech startups.
GREAT PLACE TO WORK
‘Great Place to Work’ recognises the best French companies to work for. In March 2014, BlaBlaCar was entered into the category for companies with 500 or less employees, and came in at 4th place with a specialFun and Performing Company Award.
In February 2014, BlaBlaCar was runner-up for Best International Startup 2013 Crunchie. The Tech Crunchies Award Ceremony is organised every year by TechCrunch, bringing together the best tech talent from across the world.
In December 2013, BlaBlaCar was invited to attend the GP Bullhound Connect Awards at the May Fair Hotel, London, an event organised by investment bank GP Bullhound. BlaBlaCar won an award in the Automotive Awards Category, taking home the New Infrastructure: Collaborative Consumption & Charging Award.
In October 2013, BlaBlaCar was added to Global Cleantech’s Annual 100 List as an innovator in the transportation industry. This Global Cleantech list names companies which are most likely to make a big commercial impact in a 5-10 year time frame.
WIRED TOP 100
In October 2013, WIRED compiled a list of the 100 Hottest Startups that are creating a buzz across Europe. BlaBlaCar joined the list and was named as one of the hottest startups to come out of France.