The previous blogs relied heavily on the importance of franchising and not limiting yourself or your company to one market opposed to targeting markets globally. This company is a perfect example on how entering global markets can expand sales and consumer base. Gett is a mobile ride-ordering app, which makes it easy to order a taxi or black car in 20 cities including New York, London, Tel Aviv and Moscow. The company’s main mission is to give people time they never knew they had, whereas the goal is to continue to lead in transportation and expand into essential products and services that people use in their everyday life. Ultimately the one thing the company strives on is the fact that their main focus is making customers ETA of 10 minutes of less to satisfy immediate needs for transit and essentials. The company’s app is available on iPhone and Android, and allows you to instantly book a black care on demand, whenever you need it.
However the app doesn’t stop there, it also allows you to “Gett” other things like beauty and home services to dry cleaning and food & drinks – all with the same high quality service.
This mobile technology spans across three continents as well as pre-booking capabilities, 24/7 live customer care, on demand whenever needed and most importantly reliable giving consumers like you and I the best experience possible!
The company implemented another tactic to assist in sales and that’s simply to make an on-demand app with the same features but for businesses only. After operating in the first 2 months the company portfolio grew in an impressive time and now they cater to over 2500+ business clients. When seeing a market for business professionals and attacking it they soon became the global leader in corporate ground travel – making time, reducing costs and minimizing risk for companies and our business users worldwide.
Our helpful tip for the day is to go global but customize your service or product for each market as this helps to limit your threat of competitors and creates higher sales. The company is similar to what we have in Australia; Uber however they have created a sub version of that simply for business professionals that can assist them in transport.
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m starting to see a new market for Uber to attack in.