Indian ride-hailing service, Ola, has been on an expansion spree and is tapping into new markets like the UK and Australia. Now, it has expanded its service to two more cities in the United Kingdom, bringing its total availability to nine cities in the country.
“We are thrilled to expand our service to Coventry and Warwick, having launched in Birmingham earlier this year. We feel immensely proud that our drivers have already provided over one million rides across the UK.”
— Alok Pandya, Ola’s Regional Manager for the West Midlands, Coventry and Warwick
Passengers have taken more than one million rides across the UK through Ola‘s ride-hailing app, since the company launched in Cardiff in August 2018, according to the company. The new services go live after the company expanded its operations by launching in South West England. Ola is tapping into western markets as rival Uber faces operational and political trouble in these markets.
Apart from the UK, Ola has also expanded to Australia and the New Zealand. Ola’s expansion into western market comes amidst its fundraising from venture capitalists.
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