Indian global mobility company Ola has selected robotics and automation solutions provider ABB for its mega-factory in India that will roll out the Ola electric scooter.
Rideshare platform Ola has integrated Apple Pay as a payment method in Australia and New Zealand in what it says is the first significant overhaul of its international customer app.
Electric and driverless cars could boost Australia’s economy by $92 billion by 2050, a rise of two to three percent over projected GDP without new mobility, according to a new study.
Cashback shopping platform ShopBack has introduced a ride comparison feature into its app, allowing Australians to compare prices of Uber and Ola cabs, book a ride and even get money back.
Ola, which bills itself as "one of the world’s largest ride-hailing companies, and India's most popular transportation platform", has announced its plans to enter the UK, bringing "a dynamic, responsible new service to the market".
Within just five months of launch, Ola has completed more than 1.5 million rides, garnered over 40,000 driver-partners and launched in multiple Aussie cities, including now Adelaide.
Global ride-sharing platform Ola has moved to boost its presence in the Australian market with the appointment of its first managing director for Australia.
DiDi bills itself as "the world's leading mobile transportation platform" and will officially launch its core ride-sharing service, DiDi Express, in Melbourne this month, representing "a new milestone in global growth".
Watch out, Uber! An exuberant Ola now has a presence in six major metropolitan cities in Australia with a "credible rideshare alternative", with more cities on track and 30,000 registered ride-share driver partners.
Ride-sharing service Ola has launched in Melbourne and has flagged future launches in Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Canberra, Adelaide, Darwin and Hobart.
Australia’s newest ridesharing platform launches in Sydney with "free rides for customers and increased earnings potential for driver-partners".
After a successful soft launch in Perth, the Indian ride-sharing company Ola is offering "free rides for a week to riders and increased earnings potential for driver-partners".
Popular Indian ride-sharing platform Ola is revving its engines with a planned entry into Australia in early 2018, and has put out the call for driver-partners in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
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