Gett Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Gett's estimated annual revenue is currently $424.7M per year.
- Gett's estimated revenue per employee is $471,900
- Gett's total funding is $928M.
- Gett's current valuation is $1.5B.
- Gett has 900 Employees.
- Gett grew their employee count by 0% last year.
What Is Gett?
Gett's mission is to build a transportation service loved for its quality. Gett was built on a simple idea â€“ â€œif you treat drivers better, they will treat riders betterâ€. Fueled by the very best drivers, Gett sets the standard for quality. Available in more than 120 cities worldwide, including London, Moscow and New York, Gett is Europe's largest on-demand car service company by revenues. Gett sells $1bn+ worth of mobility services per year, half of which is generated in NYC and London. Gett's corporate mobility solution, known as Gett Business Solutions, enables companies and riders to book rides and track expenses across the globe from a single platform. It is already used by more than 20,000 companies worldwide, who book and track mobility services in over 6,000 cities and 134 countries. Gett raised more than $700M in total funding, with $300M+ coming from the world's #1 carmaker, The Volkswagen Group. In 2018, Gett officially became a "Unicorn"â€‹, valued at $1.4 billion.keywords:saas
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