A Letter from our CEO: HealthEquity Acquires Luum

To our valued customers, partners, and mobility friends,  With great joy and optimism, I want to let you know that on March 8th, 2021, Luum was acquired by HealthEquity [NASDAQ: HQY]. Together, our companies will become the new standard for commuter benefit solutions in the industry—holistic, flexible, and integrated.  HealthEquity is among the nation’s largest providers of employee…

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Luum CEO Issues Statement Regarding King County 2030 Emission’s Pledge

SEATTLE – August 28, 2020 – Sohier Hall, co-founder and CEO of Seattle-based Commute Management Software company Luum, today issued the following statement about King County’s plans to reduce carbon emissions by 50 percent and improve climate equity by 2030. “For far too long, we have answered the imminent threat of irreparable climate change with…

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World Economic Forum & Luum – How to Make Commutes More Equitable and Sustainable

Last month, the Global New Mobility Coalition (GNMC), curated by the World Economic Forum (WEF), hosted a webinar #WeAllMove that highlighted the link between public and private sectors in addressing sustainability and inclusivity as we return to commuting. The webinar featured speakers from Vanderbilt University, Oregon Health and Science University, Luum, Zeelo, and Wunder Mobility.…

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“Seattle Employers Prioritize Commute Benefits, as transit ridership, budgets take a hit” Luum CEO interviewed by Puget Sound Business Journal

Luum CEO, Sohier Hall, was recently interviewed by the Puget Sound Business Journal (PSBJ). The article focuses on the state of employer provided commuter benefits during Covid-19. Despite budget constraints, employers are carefully considering the commute as they plan their return to offices—and prioritizing the safety of their employees. Many organizations are investing in flexible…

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Spatially Distanced, Socially Connected

How’s everyone doing out there? We’ve surpassed two full weeks of working from home (WFH) and doing our part to spatially distance—while others continue to commute into their jobs across the country working harder than ever to keep our communities healthy. All of us doing our part for the greater good! Both working from home…

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