Gotcha has seen drastic increases in profitability across its various end markets, driven primarily by increases of 53% and 208% in riders per month and minutes ridden per month, respectively.
Micro-mobility ride-sharing, which is the terminology that’s been coined for e-scooters, bike-shares, mopeds and the like, is clearly an idea that has a future. Small enough to park anywhere (we’ll get to the dark side of that in a second), cheap enough to mass produce, able to be electrified and charged easily, and tied to a payment app that tracks a load of data, this business concept has everything going for it – and is being fucked up by just about everyone involved.
On April 14, 2020 Last Mile Holdings (MILE.V) announced a new delivery service for restaurants, grocery stores, and other local businesses. It’s a smart adaptive
Gotcha, subsidiary of Last Mile Holdings (MILE.V) has extended its business during the COVID-19 pandemic by offering its vehicles to local restaurants and grocery stores
“Last Mile’s OJO chain is growing fast, and in a controlled, responsible, and municipally welcomed fashion,” stated Equity Guru’s Chris Parry on March 13, 2020, “It’s a half billion dollar company in the making, in a $9 million market cap package”.
OjO Electric (OJO.V) has entered into an agreement to acquire Gotcha Mobility, an e-mobility company operating in the transportation solutions sphere. Shortly after the acquisition,
I’ve always wanted to be a rich weirdo. Like Nicolas Cage marrying Lisa-Marie Presley on a whim to feel close to her Dad, buying two
Uber (UBER.NYSE) drivers could soon have to provide biometric data to operate in London. The City of London regulator Transport for London (TfL) has been
Con artists make money through deception. They lie and cheat people into thinking they’re being let in on some great deal, or some easy money,
Earlier this week, The We Company, through its subsidiary WeWork, announced the acquisition of rival impromptu office-space provider, Spacious. Spacious partners with landlords to use
Ride hailing companies Uber (UBER.NYSE) and Lyft (LYFT.Q) are coming to Vancouver after a long wait beginning start month, but they’re coming with significant restrictions.
You may recall my talking about a little startup called LOOP a few months back that has plans to open scooter sharing programs around the
Pacific Rubiales investors never saw the knife coming. Sure, they knew there were tough times ahead. Shares in the company had been at $6+ in
Busy day prowling the halls of Vancouver’s brokers today, jamming CEO meetings from 8am through to a few minutes ago. Caught up with the crews
In Vancouver today, April 7, Uber is packing Canadian Venture Capital guys into cars and sending them out to hear pitches from individuals. For you,