In honour of International Women’s Day, Careem revealed intentions to provide a new women-only motorbike service that will serve only its female customers.
The service would start in Karachi and travel to other Pakistani cities. To access chances for flexible income, Careem encourages registration from women who are interested in working as female captains.
For women, who frequently experience difficulties when travelling alone, the new program intends to provide dependable and safe transportation. Additionally, it gives women in society more possibilities for flexible income generation and helps them become financially stable as Captains.
The service offers two models: full-time (10 hours) and part-time (5 hours), both of which come with monthly payment guarantees from Careem of Rs 30,000 and Rs 50,000, accordingly.
The new programme coincides with Careem’s ongoing effort to reward all of its female Captains across all car kinds with additional benefits, making it even more profitable for them to work on the platform.
Presently, Careem customers are driven by more than 1,700 female Captains across various car kinds on the site. The platform Careem just started rewarding all of its female Captains across all car kinds with unique benefits, making it even more profitable for them to work there.
In a time of rising inflation, Careem’s new women-driven motorbike service gives its sizable female client base access to economical, dependable, and safe transportation, especially for those who go to work or school every day. Additionally, it gives and strengthens women’s access to flexible income-generating opportunities and helps them become financially stable as Captains in Pakistani society.
In keeping with Careem’s continuous commitment to empowering women in Pakistan, the new service. Women can reclaim public spaces and take charge of their destinies thanks to the organisation, which provides female drivers with the resources and equipment they need to thrive.