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in emerging economies That spending billions to build public transport infrastructure is inaccessible. Startups are using technology to meet the mobility needs of the growing urban middle class.

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Swvl, Treepz, Jatri, SafeBoda, Urbvan, Chalo and Buser are just some of the startups that have sprung up in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and South America in recent years. With a focus on providing on-demand access,

logistics. These startup products are not just for emerging markets. But because mobility is crucial to a booming economy. They are truly driving development.We know that if you want to be economies of scale and see a positive influx of urban spaces.

You have to be able to get around with low cost and efficiency, Nikos Tsafos, James R. Schlesinger chairman of energy and geopolitics at the Center for Strategic Studies and International Studies told TechCrunch. make it more efficient.

Necessity can be a source of innovation. But innovation is not limited to the country in which it was invented. These startups also provide a less car-centric blueprint for other parts of the world, including the economy with existing public transport.

Table bets extend beyond the financial future of a few startups. If such a startup is unsuccessful One of the risks is that as GDP continues to grow in emerging markets. Populations with more discretionary capital will end up buying their own vehicles.

Swvl is a Dubai-based startup that provides shared transportation services for intra-city and intercity travel for both private and corporate passengers, schools and tour operators. Since its inception in 2017, the startup has expanded across the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kenya and Pakistan.

The company's business model focuses on repurposing seldom used buses or minivans. which is private This is usually by small or medium-sized businesses and fleet owners. For different uses throughout the day. For example, when a bus that usually takes children to and from school only

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