Nigerian innovative shared-mobility platform Shuttlers secures $4 million for expansion
Shuttlers, a Nigerian innovative shared-mobility platform, has secured $4 million in funding for expansion.
The funding round was led by Verod-Kepple Africa Ventures, with follow-on investment from VestedWorld, EchoVC Partners, CMC 21 & Alsa, and SheEquity. Founded in 2016, Shuttlers offers a range of shared transportation options, including buses, vans, and cars, with routes that cover major cities and suburbs across Nigeria. Their app-based platform allows users to book rides in real-time, and the company is committed to providing safe, comfortable, and reliable services. The company aims to make transportation more accessible and affordable for all Nigerians.
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