In the efforts of creating job opportunities and for boosting the growth of Online Marketplaces in the country, the CEO of the ride-hailing service—Careem—Junaid Iqbal, held a series of meetings with the apex stakeholders in the government for discussing the growth potential, creation of livelihood and the chance of taking the country into the digital future.
Junaid Iqbal and the senior management from his team who were also the meeting attendees highlighted the significance of the recognition of OMPs in e-commerce framework which has got a great potential in the economy of Pakistan which is getting connected increasingly to the internet.
Earlier this year the ride-hailing service collaborated with TechKaro for enabling women to develop their careers in the technology field.
By solving their traveling issues and offering them fellowship and apprenticeship via a program for all their female high scorers, Careem is boosting the women of Pakistan to select careers in the fields that are related to technology.
Recently, Uber downgraded the Suzuki Cultus from the Go category to the Mini Category. The only exceptions from this downgrade were the Cultus 2017 model and upwards.
This decision brought a lot of anger towards the ride-hailing service by thousands of Uber drivers.
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