i’way strengthens its presence in MENA, Eastern Europe, India and IndonesiaThe company is now actively expanding its network of drivers in these countries. Drivers can take orders through the i’way driver app.
The global transfer service provider i’way intends to strengthen its presence and open representative offices in the countries of the Middle East, North Africa, Eastern Europe, India and Indonesia. The opening of a number of official representative offices will allow the company to firmly gain a foothold in local markets, as well as simplify and smoother the interaction and communication with partners.
“In the near future, the company plans to enter new markets. One of the priority and promising markets where the company’s representative offices will be opened in the near future is the Middle East, Eastern Europe, India and Indonesia” says Dmitry Salikhov, CEO of the i’way transfer service provider.
The company is now actively expanding its network of drivers in these countries. Drivers can take orders through the i’way driver app.
“In addition to already having our own operational network of drivers and providers, we intend to expand our presence in each country as the demand for services grows. Now we have several open vacancies in these countries and we are looking for specialists who will become our official representatives. We will be glad to work with new partners who appreciate the high quality of services”, said Dmitry Salikhov.
According to Dmitry Salikhov, the company intends to expand in the b2b and b2c segments. For b2b clients, a convenient personal account has been created in the web interface and API, and for b2c audiences, there is a convenient i’way application through which you can order a transfer or rent a car with a personal driver at any time.
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