Unique Partnerships Are Shaping The Future Of Ride Sharing

Unique Partnerships Are Shaping The Future Of Ride Sharing
Automotive

Uber's collaboration with car dealerships is transforming India's transportation landscape, but not without serious competition

Plus Aziz
  • 14 october 2016

Uber is working with dealership-vetted drivers to gain momentum in India. Many of these drivers had struggled to buy a car and were denied credit from banks and car companies. This had previously been a significant barrier to both the expansion of Uber and Ola, India’s local version of a ride sharing app. Both have been lowering this barrier to entry. An Uber spokesperson told Mashable India that Uber is focusing on the idea of micro-entrepreneurship and the leverage that having a leasing program can contribute:

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