The company eyes to grow its presence three times in the next 12 months.
Homegrown ride-hailing giant Ola has expanded its Ola Bike service to 150 cities across India. The company eyes to grow its presence three times in the next 12 months.
Ola claims that Ola Bike is now India's largest micro-mobility service. The company has created more than 300,000 micro-entrepreneurs over the past year with Ola Bike.
Ola said, “Bike, the company is making inroads into the hinterlands of India, enabling hundreds of millions of Indians to have access to affordable, reliable and convenient on-demand transportation, something only their counterparts in the larger cities thus far have been able to enjoy.”
Arun Srinivas, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Ola, stated, “Ola Bike offers consumers with a smart, innovative, and affordable mobility solution; this is an offering that truly reflects our mission to build mobility for a billion people. Ola Bike has enabled citizens from the smallest of towns such as Chapra in Bihar to large metropolitan areas such as Gurugram with access to quick, reliable and affordable mobility.”
“Ola Bike is also helping build sustainable livelihoods for our fast-growing network of close to 300,000 partners from within these ecosystems of cities and towns, creating opportunities like never before for the youth of the nation. We aim to impact over a million Bike-partners in the coming year,” he further added.
Ola Bike was first launched in 2016 as a last-mile mobility solution in Gurugram, Faridabad and Jaipur. It is now available in Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Gaya, Bikaner, and Mughalsarai in UP.