Jugnoo, a phenomenon that has changed the way people choose to travel, happened in November 2014, founded by a handful of IITians. What started as a small organisation built around an on-demand auto rickshaw app, which connects passengers wishing to travel from one point to another within a particular city, less than a year ago, has now snowballed into a revolution.
Despite the availability of numerous modes of luxurious transport options, people in India prefer commuting through local means. This is what triggered the need for Jugnoo to introduce this feasible model of daily commuting via Autos, thus making it more easy and reliable. With more than a 200 million internet users, most of them using mobile phones, and the momentum of the country towards a Digital India has made it imperative to employ App services with a higher accuracy and exposure.
Jugnoo comes at a time when people need it the most. From a small group of enthusiastic individuals, with a vision to embark on the hyperlocal marketplace, we have grown to more than a 300 employee strength and still continue to do so.
Another contender is throwing its hat into the ring to replace Uber in Southeast Asia after India’s Jugnoo, a startup that specializes in offering autorickshaws on-demand in India, revealed it plans to enter Singapore. Uber announced its exit from Southeast Asia last month in a deal that sees Grab b…
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Indian ride-hailing firm Jugnoo plans to enter the Singapore market next month, its chief executive said on Wednesday, joining other companies eyeing the city state as Uber Technologies [UBER.UL] prepares to leave.