Cubetaxi, a Taxi-hailing app is now in Uganda www.cubetaxi.comPublic Transportation has always has been challenging in the developed cities around Africa.All credits go to technology, such type of challenges are being solved.Cubetaxi is the latest ride-hailing taxi service provider company for East Africa.If you think to start your taxi business like Uber, Lyft, Careem in Uganda.Cubetaxi is the best app.
But still, ridesharing is not reaching out to the daily commuters.People do complain about the traffic due to which they are reaching late to their destination like offices, colleges, schools or factories.At the same, people are still not accepting the concept of ridesharing App.The ride-sharing concept is not at all new, this taxi sharing concept was in the use on the public at the time of World War 2.At that time, there was a lack of fuel in many major countries and people were not that rich to afford their own vehicle.However, very soon people started purchasing their own vehicles and forgot the concept of ride-sharing.
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There are many ways to order take out in Dubai.Whether it’s Uber Eats, Zomato, Talabat or Deliveroo, folks here have their pick of the litter.And as of today, they have another food app for their phones.Ride-hailing app, Careem joins the mix with a new app for Android and iOS called Careem NOW which replaces the RoundMenu app it has purchased some time back.The app has launched in Dubai and Jeddah for now with plans to get going in Egypt and Pakistan soon after.Careem has backed their food delivery venture with $150 million and believes despite a decent amount of alternatives, the food delivery market largely remains under served.
If you’re an entrepreneur or someone who likes to keep himself updated, then you must’ve followed an almost decade long journey of On-Demand hailing service – Uber. It has been an Inspiration for the millions of entrepreneurs and will continue to be so. Uber, a start-up which began in San Francisco in the year 2009 has conquered 72 countries and is still disrupting many Cab markets around the world. You can call Uber the king of Taxi-Hailing Services. However, this is only the one face of the coin. Even after having such a great success, Uber is still bearing losses. Moreover, it’s been a part of several controversies. In addition to that it withdrew its service from the countries like China and many south-eastern countries. Amidst of all these, there is this news floating that Uber is in talks with Careem for a deal. It’s a huge step for Uber as Careem is its biggest rival in the MENA (Middle East & North Africa) region. In this article we will discuss in detail on what would happen if this merger takes place.  Read More: Uber like Taxi App Solution For You Taxi BusinessImpacts of uber-careem mergerNow an important question which arises is that what would be the impact of this potential merger? What would it mean to the commuters of MENA (Middle East & North Africa)? There could possibly be below outcomes of this merger.Room for new competitorsAs I earlier mentioned about the void in the Taxi Hailing sector, this could be a golden opportunity for the small, less-recognised Taxi hailing services to rise to the occasion and evolve to become a more cost-efficient, reliable, and local alternative to the Uber-Careem merger. This scenario would be nothing less than a golden chance for the other local hailing services. The void in the competition and the absence of a local service provider will set a great platform for a small taxi-hailing app to take off. Original source: Uber-Careem deal says about Middle East startup culture 
Careem is the largest taxiapptjänsten in the Middle east and north Africa.the Company was founded in 2012 and has 30 million registered users in over 120 cities.the Swede Magnus Olsson is the co-founded the Dubai-based company.It has throughout the 2018 speculated that Careem can be sold to the global market leader Uber, but so far the discussions have run into the sand.the Company was also recently in 200 million dollars, equivalent of sek 1.8 billion in new capital from existing japanese and saudi investors.Read more: the hearts of swedes taxiapp takes in 1.8 billion
Uber Technologies has resumed services in Abu Dhabi, the U.S. ride-hailing company said in a statement on Monday, after a more than two-year suspension.Abu Dhabi suspended services of both Uber and Middle East rival Careem in August 2016 after some drivers were detained over regulation violations.
If you haven’t purchased your pass to Disrupt Berlin 2018 yet, this is your lucky day.We’re holding a 24-hour flash sale, which means starting at midnight tonight, 5 November, and running through 11:59 P.M. (CET), you can score two Innovator passes for the price of one — that’s €1184 (VAT included) or less than €600 each person all-in.An Innovator pass provides an outstanding Disrupt experience whether you’re a software engineer, product manager, marketer, consultant, or general tech enthusiast.You’ll have access to all the Disrupt Berlin stages where you’ll hear from a phenomenal line up of speakers — legends, luminaries and leaders — across the tech startup landscape.Here are just a couple of examples, and be sure to check out the Disrupt Berlin 2018 agenda.Sharing the Ride-Sharing Industry — Magnus Olsson (Careem), Daniel Ramot (Via), Markus Villig (Taxify) will discuss how to compete and survive in the ride-share world.
How Careem became a Giant Name in Taxi Industry?It is a Dubai based transportation network company that has already covered more than 100 cities in almost 14 countries.Careem was founded in 2012 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and very it was expanded in many countries.Well, the numbers look pretty well in just 6 years.Wallet Overspill There are multiple payment options in Careem but if the rider selects the cash payment option and pays top the captain, the remaining amount will be transferred to the rider's wallet account.This action is taken when the captain does not have the change money.
Mytaxi, the Daimler-owned Uber competitor, announced today it would launch an electric scooter pilot in Southern Europe later this year, with a full international roll-out planned for 2019.Daimler initially took a 15 percent stake in Hamburg-based mytaxi in 2012, adding the company to its portfolio of ridesharing businesses that also includes Chauffeur Privé, Careem, Flinc, car2go and Hailo, which merged with mytaxi in 2016.The company has yet to unveil its scooters’ brand name, but says it will use the Segway ES4 Sharing Scooter.“The E-scooter market is highly dynamic and the interest from users is booming in a lot of international cities,” mytaxi chief executive officer Eckart Diepenhorst said in a statement.“We see a significant growth potential for mytaxi here and a perfect complement to our existing taxi business as E-scooters are mostly used for short tours of around one to two kilometers.Although ride lengths strongly vary between taxi and scooter business, we think about potential combinations of both areas.”
Careem, a Middle East ride-hailing equivalent to Uber, has raised a $200 million tranche for its latest round of funding.The deal values the company at more than $2 billion, one source said, and the company hopes to raise $500 million for the round.The deal was co-led by Kingdom Holding Company, the investment vehicle for Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, and other existing backers.Careem has been in acquisition talks with Uber this summer, and the deal comes at a sensitive time as US companies scrutinise Saudi's influence on American tech startups.Kingdom Holding Company is an investment vehicle for Saudi's richest man, billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal.One source with knowledge of the matter said the deal values Dubai-headquartered Careem at upwards of $2 billion, and the ride-hailing firm eventually hopes to raise $500 million.
Taxiapptjänsten Careem takes in 200 million dollars, equivalent of sek 1.8 billion in new capital from existing japanese and saudi investors.Among the investors include saudi prince Alwaleed bin Talal and the japanese e-commerce company Rakuten, reports Reuters.the Investment values the Careem to over 2 billion dollars, equivalent to sek 18 billion, according to sources to Reuters.Careem, which is based in Dubai, says that this is the first of three planned rounds.the Company aims for total travel over $ 500 million in new capital.the Money will go to widen Careems deal, with plans to launch services in public transport, deliveries and payments.
(Reuters) — Middle East ride-hailing company Careem said on Thursday it had secured $200 million in fresh funding from existing investors and that it expects to raise more to finance expansion plans.Careem, which counts German car maker Daimler and China’s largest ride-hailing company DiDi Chuxing among its other backers, was estimated to be worth around $1 billion as of December 2016.One source close to the deal told Reuters the latest investment, combined with previous fund raising and expansion of the company into new segments and markets, gave the company an estimated valuation of over $2 billion.Dubai-headquartered Careem, the main regional rival of Uber, said it expected to raise more than $500 million in its latest funding effort to expand into mass transportation, deliveries and payments.Reuters reported in March that Careem was in early talks to raise as much as $500 million from investors.“Internet-enabled services are having a profound and positive impact on our region, where the consumer internet opportunity is huge and untapped,” said Careem co-founder and chief executive Mudassir Sheikha in a statement.
The regional calls to boycott Uber were stoked yesterday by Saudi ally, Bahrain, whose foreign minister retweeted hashtags calling for a boycott of the company, according to reports by Bloomberg and Reuters.A few boycott calls circulating on Twitter urge app users to switch to Uber ride-hailing rival, Careem, though it’s unclear whether Uber alternatives are seeing any local uplift as yet.Anger at Uber has been sparked by the reaction of CEO Dara Khosrowshahi to the disappearance of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, a U.S. resident, who has not been seen since entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 for a pre-arranged appointment to obtain documentation for his forthcoming marriage to a Turkish citizen.And while independent CCTV footage shows Khashoggi entering the embassy but there is no proof to show he ever left.Following growing alarm over Khashoggi’s disappearance, Uber’s CEO was among several business leaders to announce they were pulling out of an investment conference due to take place in the Saudi capital later this month.We are following the situation closely, and unless a substantially different set of facts emerges, I won’t be attending the FII conference in Riyadh,” said Khosrowshahi in a statement last week.
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We’re kicking off Startup Battlefield MENA here in Beirut, where 15 startups will be taking the stage, along with speakers from Facebook (our partner on the event through its FB Start program), Instabug, Eventus, Wuzzuf, Careem and Myki.After scouring does dozens of countries, sifting through hundreds and hundreds of extremely talented startups, TechCrunch selected 15 elite companies across the region to compete in prestigious global Startup Battlefield competition for $25,000 equity-free prize, a trip for 2 to TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2019 and the coveted title of “Middle East & North Africa’s Favorite Startup”.After weeks of intense coaching from the TC team, these startups are primed for international launch.For the semi-final round, each founder will pitch for 6 minutes, with a live demo on stage, followed by 6 minutes of Q with our expert panel of judges.Companies also include financial investment AI platforms, edible insect based protein powder, to culturally relevant dating apps.Founders in the automotive industry are poised to change everything from how we pick the cars we want to buy to how we optimize their maintenance.
Careem acquired the three-year-old Hyderabad-based firm and plans to roll out its bus services across 100 cities, it said in an emailed statement, without providing the deal value.Careem will take on Commut’s talent and technology, while Commut’s customers and drivers will become part of local shuttle service provider Shuttl.The acqui-hire of Commut will help United Arab Emirates-based Careem move further into providing “point-to-point” mass transportation.Commut is one of several app-based, on-demand minibus services that has emerged in India, where urban public transport can often be unreliable.Competitor Shuttl – which is acquiring Commut’s driver corps and user base as part of the deal with Careem – raised US$11 million in a series B round led by Amazon and Dentsu Ventures in July.Careem is itself reported to be the subject of a potential takeover bid by US ride-hailing giant Uber.
Southeast Asia’s Grab and Go-Jek both have sizable engineering teams in the country, and now that duo is joined by another billion-dollar company.Careem, which is based in the Middle East and valued at over $1 billion, has entered the fray after it snapped up the talent behind bus-shuttle service Commut.The deal is a talent acquisition — ‘acquihire’ — and not Careem’s entry into India.The deal will see the team at Hyderabad-based Commut join up with Careem to work on “complex local problems” in its markets in the Middle East.Commut’s service — which the startup says served some 70,000 consumers — will be folded into rival company Shuttl .“As Careem expands across its technology platform, we will continue to acquire and invest in high impact, relevant and values driven technology businesses and start-ups that can accelerate growth,” the company said in a statement.
Hard to believe, but Startup Battlefield MENA is just over a week away.We’ve got some of the top founders and investors in the region speaking, including Magnus Olsson of Careem, Imad Kreidieh of Ogero, Mai Medhat of Eventtus, Konstantinos Papamiltiadis of Facebook and Henri Asseily of Leap Ventures, and many more!As we told you last week, we’re bringing our premier Startup Battlefield competition for the first time to the Middle East and North Africa.Showcasing the hottest new startups in MENA and the top investors, if you want to be in the same room, you’d better grab your tickets now.In addition to all of that, we’ll also host a really incredible workshop with Toyota.Mandali Khalesi, Global Head of Automated Driving Mobility and Innovation will be on hand to share Toyota’s latest automated driving research findings and its plans for the future.
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