Cabify is a provider of on-demand transportation services intended to transform mobility in cities. The Company's ride-hailing app offers clean, modern cars with added features including choice of music, magazines, water, among others, driven by hand-picked and specially trained drivers. Cabify also offers different types of vehicles depending on the customer's location, needs and other personalized features, providing users with affordable, safe and reliable rides wherever required.

Madrid, ES
Size (employees)
1,631 (est)+3%
Cabify was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Madrid, ES
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Cabify Office Locations

Cabify has an office in Madrid
Madrid, ES (HQ)
Calle Marqués de Lema 7
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Cabify Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$407 m

Latest funding size

$160 m

Time since last funding

3 months ago


Cabify's latest funding round in January 2018 was reported to be $160 m. In total, Cabify has raised $407 m. Cabify's latest valuation is reported to be $1.4 b.

Cabify Financials

Market valuation

1.4 b
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Cabify Operating Metrics

Cabify's Users was reported to be 13 m in Jan, 2018.
May, 2016Jan, 2018




13 m
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Cabify News and Updates

Cabify plans to overtake Uber using company culture

This interview is part of our series of Growth Stories. We interviewed the founders and CEOs of 20 of the fastest growing startups in Europe. We asked them about their companies, their companies’ culture, and their lives, trying to understand how these three factors played a role in the achievement …

Cabify hits 13 million customers globally, raises $160 million from Rakuten and others at $1.4 billion valuation

Spain-based ride hailing app maker Cabify has raised another $160 million to compete more efficiently against Uber and others. According to El Español and the FT, the company is now valued at $1.4 billion after raising the new round, which comes from Rakuten, The Venture City, Endeavor Catalyst and …

The gruesome murder of a Mexican teenager is exposing the risks of ride-sharing apps

Last week, a Mexican college student disappeared after she got in a car from Cabify, a ride-sharing app similar to Uber, in the city of…

Sharing Economy Tensions Lead to Torched Cars in Spain

These kinds of clashes will be almost inevitable until workers being displaced by new technologies get adequate retraining and employment opportunities to make a transition. -Dennis Schaal
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