Women-Driven Motorbike Service Launched

Careem launches women-driven motorbike service in Pakistan to promote safe transportation and economic empowerment for women.

In Pakistan, Careem, a popular ride-hailing platform, plans to introduce an exclusive women-driven motorbike service, starting with Karachi and expanding to other cities.

In order to provide safe and reliable transportation for female customers who often have difficulty traveling alone, this service was developed.

Furthermore, it aims to empower women by providing flexible income-generating options that will allow them to achieve financial stability.

Female motorbike Captains will receive guaranteed monthly payments of Rs 30,000 and Rs 50,000, respectively, under Careem’s two service models, which are part-time (5 hours) and full-time (10 hours).

Careem will also give female Captains bonuses, priority access to safety and security helplines, and exemption from paying any commission to the platform. All of the company’s female Captains are already given special bonuses as incentives, which makes it more appealing for them to work on the platform.

Women are an important component of our society and make up a sizable portion of our customer base, according to Imran Saleem, General Manager of Ride-Hailing at Careem Pakistan, who expressed his excitement about the new service.

The women-driven motorbike service offered by Careem will help our female customers overcome obstacles by offering them reliable, affordable, safe transportation. These trying economic times have made it harder for families to support their homes on a single income, so this affordable transportation is especially necessary. We are pleased to expand Pakistan’s economic opportunities.

This new service is in keeping with Careem’s ongoing commitment to empowering women in Pakistan. The company enables women to reclaim public spaces and take charge of their futures by giving female drivers the tools and resources they need to succeed.

Over 1,700 female Captains currently drive customers on the Careem platform in a variety of vehicles. With the launch of the new motorbike service, Careem hopes to increase the number of women who have access to its services in Pakistan while fostering their economic empowerment.

Women who are interested in the new service can visit the Careem Captain Facebook page, the DHA or Gulshan Careem opportunity centre, or both.

This new initiative strengthens Careem’s reputation as a client-focused business that values inclusion and diversity in the workplace. The business understands how crucial it is to give women a feeling of safety and security while also giving them access to equal economic opportunities.

An important step has been taken in Careem’s ongoing commitment to empowering women in Pakistan with the launch of this service.

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