On Monday, the recruiting of drivers began and in 15 days Bee Go will be the new player in the market of “collaborative mobility and public transport”, challenging Uber. And of course the informal (piratas) and formal (red) taxi drivers.
César Blasco, general manager of Bee Go Latin America. Esteban Monge/La República
The company, of French capital, aims to recruit some 10,000 drivers during its first year.
To challenge Uber in user preference, Bee Go will not only provide service in all seven provinces – unlike Uber that is only available in the greater metropolitan area (GAM) of San Jose – but will also be offering better conditions to its drivers.
César Blasco, general manager for Latin America of Bee Go, said the decision to invest in the country