Kathmandau- With the popularity of 'Ride Share' service in Nepal, 'InDrive' also entered Nepal. InDrive is slowly gaining popularity among the crowd of rideshare companies. It became popular due to cheaper fares for passengers than other competing brands and no 'commission' for riders.
Roman Ermoshin, inDrive’s Director for Asia Pacific (APAC) is currently in Kathmandu. In his interaction with Nepali media, he shared the company’s current status and plans for the future.
On the occasion, Ermoshin shared that inDrive has already applied for registration with the government and is waiting for approval.
"We follow a common industry practice of testing new markets through research and development activities. In Nepal, we are offering the inDrive app to citizens without charging any fees or commissions. This helps us understand the market and its potential before we officially launch our services.
We are in touch with relevant government bodies and are committed to getting the necessary licenses and approvals required by the law before the official launch." said Mr. Roman Ermoshin, Director of Ride-Hailing (APAC) inDrive.
Evolving over the years, inDriver (Independent Drivers) has transformed to become inDrive (Inner Drive) a marketplace of urban services. InDrive is a people driven company that believes that there is no technology in the world that can replace human empathy. inDrive exists to prove that ride-hailing apps can and should be more human – because a fair price is something people can agree on, not hope for.
Today, inDrive is the second most downloaded mobility app in the world and serves more than 100 million users worldwide in over 700 cities across 48 countries on five continents