Women-only Ride-hailing: New Data from the Market

More ride-hailing companies are offering women-centred services, but do they get women on the road? The next time you open your favourite ride-hailing app, you may find a surprising feature: the option to choose a woman driver or rider. Safety is a determining factor when women decide how, when, or if to drive and travel. … Continue reading Women-only Ride-hailing: New Data from the Market

A conversation with Bolt, PickMe and Uber

What role are women playing in the ride-hailing market? Can ride-hailing improve women’s mobility and work opportunities? From addressing safety to designing new products, hear about the results of three global studies and share in a discussion of practical challenges and solutions from Uber, Bolt, and PickMe. To watch the event, visit the World Bank … Continue reading A conversation with Bolt, PickMe and Uber

Five things a global study on ride-hailing tells us about women and the sharing economy

The opportunities and risks of sharing economy models are particularly relevant for women, as they both have more to gain from greater participation and more to lose if they are excluded from new forms of income or assets. With this new research, ride-hailing companies are well-placed take the lead in putting women at the center … Continue reading Five things a global study on ride-hailing tells us about women and the sharing economy

Two major trends that herald the future of the collaborative economy

There’s a lot of talk about the collaborative economy (CE), also known as the sharing economy.  What most commentary overlooks, however, is the fact that the CE has matured, and as it has done so, changed drastically. Here are two major trends that discussions on the CE are missing . #1:  The collaborative economy- and its user … Continue reading Two major trends that herald the future of the collaborative economy