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Indian company Ola’s cab to run in London, 3 types will be available

Ola, a private company providing cab services through apps in India, has achieved a new status. Actually, Ola has started its cab service in London, the capital of Britain. Under this, Ola has started services in Comfort, Comfort XL and Executive Ride categories. At the same time, more than 25,000 drivers are registered on the company’s platform.

The company expects global expansion to begin with London. Ola co-founder and CEO Bhavish Aggarwal said in an e-mail to employees, “London is truly the beginning of our journey to become a global force and a top company in the cab service industry.”

There are very few Indian brands who enter the global market on this scale and with ambition. Our journey and success will set a record. ”

The next 3 months are very important

Bhavish Aggarwal said that the next three months are very important from the operational point of view. Aggarwal said that the company would focus on three things: driver, safety and a co-operation with local authorities and regulators. Simon Smith, head of Ola International, said, “We are thrilled to start operations in London. This is a significant achievement for our business. It marks the next step towards our ambition to connect people.”

Entry in UK from August 2019

Let us know that Ola started operations in the UK in August last year by operating in Cardiff. It then expanded its services to Birmingham, Liverpool, Exeter, Reading, Bristol, Bath, Coventry and Warwick. Talking about the international market, Ola’s entry was in Perth, Australia. Here Ola started the service in February 2018.

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Ola is currently competing with Uber in Perth. Within a few months of launching, Ola expanded to seven cities in Australia with over 40,000 drivers. Apart from this, Ola also works in New Zealand with over 85,000 drivers.

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