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Cabify is a provider of on-demand transportation services. The company's ride-hailing app offers 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.

HQMadrid, ES
Overall CultureA+

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Employees (est.) (May 2021)2,256
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Cabify Office Locations

Cabify has offices in Madrid, São Paulo, Bogota, Mexico City and in 2 other locations
Madrid, ES (HQ)
Calle de Pradillo, 42
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Cabify Financials and Metrics

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Cabify total Funding

$477 m

Cabify latest funding size

$70 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Cabify investors

Cabify's latest funding round in February 2019 was reported to be $70 m. In total, Cabify has raised $477 m. Cabify's latest valuation is reported to be $1.4 b.
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Cabify Operating Metrics

Cabify's Users was reported to be 13 m in Jan, 2018.
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13 m
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Cabify Cybersecurity Score

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Cabify Online and Social Media Presence

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Cabify Company Culture

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Cabify News and Updates

Brazil Tech Round-Up: Cabify Ends Brazil Operations, Locaweb Makes Its Largest Acquisition, PicPay Readies IPO

Spanish mobility firm Cabify exits Brazil, cloud services company Locaweb enters the ERP space with its largest-ever acquisition, mobile payments firm PicPay readies its IPO, aerospace conglomerate Embraer plans a national drone and other developments.

Cabify Brings In New CFO To Lead The Charge To An IPO

Cabify, the Spanish ride-hailing company, has hired a new chief financial officer to steward its path to a public listing.

Cabify goes the last mile, jumps into the logistics game

One of the biggest players in the ride hailing and multi-mobility space, Cabify is now jumping into the get-it-to-your-door game. Following on the success of their Cabify Envios programme launched in April of last year, the move is slated to “foster efficient, multimodal object transport.” Currently…

Cabify Pushes Deeper Into Logistics With Last-Mile Delivery

The Rakuten-backed ride-hailing firm is expanding its delivery service, using its network of drivers, to make deliveries for retail partners.

Ridesharing Giant Cabify to Track and Offset Carbon Emissions Using Blockchain Platform

Cabify, one of the world's largest ridesharing companies, is moving to offset its carbon emissions with the help of blockchain marketplace ClimateTrade.

Cabify Appoints New CTO To Lead The Ride-Hailing Company’s Development Plans

Spanish ride-hailing company Cabify has appointed a new chief technology officer who will oversee the mobility outfit’s development of new products and data strategies.
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Cabify Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cabify founded?

    Cabify was founded in 2011.

  • How many employees does Cabify have?

    Cabify has 2,256 employees.

  • Who are Cabify competitors?

    Competitors of Cabify include FleetUp, Passporter and Skip Scooters.

  • Where is Cabify headquarters?

    Cabify headquarters is located at Calle de Pradillo, 42, Madrid.

  • Where are Cabify offices?

    Cabify has offices in Madrid, São Paulo, Bogota, Mexico City and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does Cabify have?

    Cabify has 10 offices.