Commuter carpooling : BlaBlaLines reaches 1 million members
Launched across France in Spring 2018, the commuter carpooling app BlaBlaLines created by BlaBlaCar reaches 1 million members. In the context of heavy disruptions in public transportation and in the wake of the adoption of France’s new mobility law, this symbolic figure reveals the growing need for and integration of carpooling services in the daily lives of French people.
Béatrice Dumurgier joins BlaBlaCar as Chief Operating Officer
BlaBlaCar names Béatrice Dumurgier Chief Operating Officer (COO) and member of the Executive Committee starting on October 1. Based in the Paris Headquarters, she directly reports to Nicolas Brusson, CEO and co-founder of BlaBlaCar, taking the lead on global operations for carpooling and buses.
BlaBlaCar offers to acquire Busfor to expand global bus offer
Acquisition of the leading bus player in Russia and Ukraine will significantly increase BlaBlaCar’s inventory of bus carriers, and improve the convenience of booking buses online in the region
In the press
BlaBlaCar’s revenue grew by 71% in 2019. Read the article
French Cosy Up in Carpools to Beat Transport Strike. Read the article
Bigger than BlaBlaCar? French unicorn BlaBlaCar has convinced millions of customers to carpool on long trips; now it wants to tap into a much bigger market by getting people to carpool to work. Read the article
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