JustRide Start-up Shifts to Peer-to-Peer Business Model in India

JustRide start-up in Bengaluru, India has raised $3 million from investors and shifted its business model to a  peer-to-peer car sharing platform, according to an article by Business Standard.

The company currently has a fleet of 300 vehicles and plans to increase to 2,000 cars in Bengaluru by July, as well as expand to Mumbai and Pune by summer 2017, according to the article.

Read the full article on Business Standard.

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  1. nikhil [ September 5, 2017 @ 10:00PM ]

    The company has now been rebranded to drivezy and the new website is drivezy.com

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