Beat ride-hailing app binds its next stage of growth in Latin America by entering nine new cities
Beat, which has quickly managed to stand out in the ride-hailing industry, continues its momentum of tremendous growth, with the new multiple launches reflecting the company’s expansion strategy in Latin America. Currently Beat is the #1 player in its homeland Greece and Peru, the #2 player in Colombia and Chile, and has quickly become the #3 player in Mexico, within three months after launching in the market. More than 438,000 drivers are registered with the app globally, while more than 13 million passengers are enjoying the service every day.
“By expanding to new cities we aim to provide an affordable, convenient and safe transportation option to even more passengers and drivers, and, in doing so, contribute to the urban transportation landscape of even more cities, while offering anyone in the city an effective and alternative way of earning extra income,” said Nick Drandakis, CEO at Beat. “Our intention is to become Latin America's dominant ride-hailing service within the next few years, delivering an amazing transportation experience at competitive prices.”
The expansion brings Beat’s Latin America presence to twenty cities. By offering the best incentives for drivers, the best fares for passengers, a super user-friendly app and an excellent customer service, Beat anticipates signing-up thousands of drivers and riders by launch in the new cities.
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Beat creates a new ride experience by connecting thousands of passengers with nearby available drivers in real-time 24/7. Beat is more than an app that takes you from A to B. Our mission is to become part of people’s life by making transportation in the city more affordable, convenient, efficient and safe, while providing economic opportunities to anyone. The company was founded in 2011 and is part of the FREE NOW group, the ride-hailing joint venture of BMW and Daimler. Beat is currently available in Greece, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, with plans to expand to more cities in Latin America, and has a Tech Innovation and Engineering Hub in The Netherlands.
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