The company announced their plans to have 5,000 cars by March 2022, with an intention to scale to 20,000 cars on the marketplace by the end of 2022.
“At Zoomcar, our mission is to democratize car access across the world’s high growth urban centers. With its low personal vehicle penetration rates, Egypt is the ideal market in the MENA region for us to kick off our car sharing marketplace,” Greg Moran, CEO & Co-Founder Zoomcar said.
“We’re committed to long-term investment in Egypt in order to provide an environmentally responsible mobility solution that provides robust economic empowerment opportunities to the broader Egyptian community.”
In the Company’s launch event, Zoomcar formally introduced its marketplace structure, thereby allowing vehicle owners to share their car onto the Zoomcar platform.
The Company ensures a simple process, starting from a free vehicle sign up, to obtaining a complimentary car health checkup at the time of onboarding.
“We are very excited to be launching in Egypt and will look to positively impact the Egyptian community with our world-leading car sharing marketplace. Zoomcar will offer safe, affordable, and accessible means of personal mobility to our renters as well as financial fulfillment to our vehicle owners,” Hany Olama, Vice President & Country Head Egypt said.
“We look forward to scaling up aggressively in the coming months and building comprehensive partnerships across the Egyptian ecosystem that will help contribute to our future growth. Egypt will serve as a springboard for us to expand into other countries in MENA in the coming quarters.”
Post these two hassle free steps, the car is ready to list on the platform and earn income for the owner. At its core, Zoomcar’s platform provides the vehicle owner with maximum flexibility to share only when the vehicle isn’t in use.
In order to further simplify the car sharing process, Zoomcar directly credits weekly earnings to the vehicle owner’s bank account. With its first operations in Cairo, Zoomcar looks to launch in other cities such as Alexandria, Sharm el Sheikh, Hurghada, Daqahlia and Gharbia later in 2022.