Bykea’s car-hailing service has finally arrived in Pakistan. Earlier this week, the business teased the debut with a social media post that stated, “Hum honay walay hain 2 se 4.” The corporation announced the debut of their new service with the slogan “Hum ho gaye hain 2 se 4.”

Bykea has so far only offered the service in Karachi and Islamabad, but it is likely to expand in the coming months. The ride-hailing business currently competes with Careem, Uber, and InDriver, which all provide both car and bike-hailing services.

Bykea has witnessed a massive growth in its client base and income since the increase in gasoline costs, which has likely allowed the firm to extend its offerings.

According to a recent Bloomberg story, Bykea secured $10 million from its current partners to capitalise on expanding demand in Pakistan. With over 1.7 million active monthly customers and over 60,000 driver partners, the firm operates in a number of major cities across Pakistan.

According to Bykea Executive Chairman Jonas Eichhorst,

We see an enormous opportunity to serve the middle class by offering easy, affordable, and convenient transport and logistics solutions

Bykea’s rapidly growing client base and the launch of a new business demonstrate the effectiveness of this method.


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