Drover Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Drover's estimated annual revenue is currently $1.1M per year.
- Drover's estimated revenue per employee is $75,900
- Drover's total funding is $39.4M.
- Drover has 14 Employees.
- Drover grew their employee count by 27% last year.
What Is Drover?
Drover is a VC-backed marketplace company offering monthly, all-in car subscriptions to customers who want to experience car ownership as it should be: flexible and at a fair, transparent price. We believe nobody should have to put up with long-term contracts and surprise costs left right and centre - with Drover you select your favourite car, keep it as long as you want, swap or cancel, downgrade or upgrade any time, all for a single all-in price. We're laser focused on establishing car subscription as the defining industry category of our time. For some more detail, check out our press coverage in TechCrunch and Forbes. Thanks to an incredible 60-strong team in London and Lisbon and the backing of world-class investors including Version One, Forward Partners, Cherry Ventures, Partech and BP Ventures, we have already handled tens of thousands of bookings since our launch just two years ago. But we have barely just begun... Come on board and join the ride!keywords:SaaS
Number of Employees
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The ‘cars-as-a-service’ category continues to be hot like the sun. Cazoo, the high-flying UK car e-tailer, this morning announced that it has acquired Drover, a car subscription platform also based in the UK, for an undisclosed sum. Cazoo says the deal will help it expand across Europe, as mar ...
OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT)-- The Drover is officially back open after a fire that broke out last Christmas Eve forced the Omaha restaurant to close.
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