DriveMe offers unrestricted funding for scaling expansion and product development

DriveMe, a Nigerian tech company that specializes in mobility, has raised preseed funding.

Niche Capital, FM Capital, as well as a few local angel investors, participated in the round. DriveMe’s local expansion and product development will be possible with this funding.

DriveMe has launched a new one-stop platform for exquisite products. It was specifically designed to provide centralised access for vendors and merchandisers in the logistics and mobility industries. DriveMe is available for individuals, businesses, drivers, education, and drivers.

DriveMe was initially created as a platform to aggregate product and carriers from the logistics and transportation sector in Africa. This allows users to quickly get the right of entry.

The corporation focuses on driver sourcing, verification and driver pairing for car owners and fleet operators. Driver training for each amateur and skilled drivers is additionally necessary to the company’s mission, which is why they are digitizing and localizing driver education for Africa.

With a newly improved, seamless, and especially interactive interface, the DriveMe platform presents Individuals and Businesses with get access to a number of offerings such as Hiring full-time drivers, Booking on-demand drivers, Driver Payroll Management, Driver Information Management & Verification, Learner & Professional driver training, and more; whilst additionally offering drivers with advantages such as riding job opportunities, fitness & accident insurance, non-stop driver training & development, Microloans, Buy Now, Pay later and savings.

DriveMe was established in 2019 and has enjoyed many milestones since its inception.

It is licensed by the Federal Road Safety Commission of Nigeria, taking part in the Lagos State Driving Institute and has over 250 drivers who are amateurs, 700+ experts and over 700 drivers who are professionals. It has offices in Lagos and Abuja. The startup is at forefront of driver education and administration.

DriveMe has entered into partnership agreements with corporations like Octamile and Mecho AutoTech to provide customers with seamless access to mobility products and services.

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