Gett is an on-demand mobility company. The Company’s technology enables consumers and businesses to instantly book on-demand transportation, delivery and logistics. Gett provides an on-demand mobility technology with ASAP and pre-booking capabilities, 24/7 live customer care and a stellar user experience taking on-demand mobility to the next level. The Company's consumers are offered a transparent and predictable pricing with a ‘no surge’ guarantee.

New York, US
Size (employees)
842 (est)
Gett was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York, US
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Key People/Management at Gett

Shahar Waiser

Shahar Waiser

Tal Brener

Tal Brener

Max Krasnykh

Max Krasnykh


Gett Office Locations

Gett has offices in New York, London, Moscow and Tel Aviv
New York, US (HQ)
200 237 W 35th St
Tel Aviv, IL
Habarzel 21B
Moscow, RU
1st Derbenevskiy lane.
London, GB
1 Swan Lane
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Gett Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$520 m

Latest funding size

$300 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago


Gett's latest funding round in May 2016 was reported to be $300 m. In total, Gett has raised $520 m

Gett Financials

Gett's revenue was reported to be $500 m in Y, 2015

Revenue (Y, 2015)

500 m
USDY, 2015


500 m
USDY, 2015


2 m
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Gett Operating Metrics

Gett's Enterprise Customers was reported to be 12 k in Feb, 2018.
Apr, 2016Feb, 2018

Active Cities

57 100

Enterprise Customers

12 k


50 m


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Gett News and Updates

London’s newest way to travel is a taxi-bus hybrid from Gett and Citymapper

An innovative new way to travel that’s part bus, part taxi, is launching in London to help commuters get to and from work on routes that are currently tricky to navigate. Gett, the app for ordering black cabs on demand, will now offer shared taxis on a dedicated route between Waterloo and Islingt…

Lilium, a German company building an electric ‘air taxi,’ makes key hires from Gett, Airbus and Tesla

 Lilium is almost as ambitious as European startups come. The Munich-based company is developing an all-electric vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) jet, which it hopes will one day power an on-demand “air taxi” service, arguably making flying cars a reality. Read More
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