GIGM has the first top-down transport management system in the country, a 600-bus fleet and over 2000 employees.
From infrastructure to city planning and mobility trends, a unique marriage of technology and data has the potential to birth a new age of socio-economic advancement in Nigeria. Lara.ng is proof of that.
They say that two heads are better than one, and Nigerian logistic startups need to begin look to each other to jointly overcome the challenges they face.
It’s all about solving real problems for people and blockchain could be that hail mary punch that gets us closer to the logistical future we desire.
I once scoffed at a poorly-researched suggestion that Taxify might be beating Uber in Lagos. I was wrong. This is the current state of things.
They have an interesting approach to avoiding government trouble