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Get-e sets its sight on vast international growth

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Get-e grows team by 37% in 2022. The company has bold ambitions for further recruitment across several departments.

AMSTERDAM – Get-e, the global ground transportation service for airline crew, business travel and non-emergency medical transfers, is announcing a 37% increase to its workforce so far in 2022, equating to 70 employees globally, and ambitions to employ up to 35 more staff in 2023.

The figure showcases the company’s fast-paced growth and the need to cater to rising demand for the digitalisation of ground transportation as the travel industry bounces back to pre-pandemic levels of demand. 

As well as expanding the team at its headquarters in Amsterdam, Get-e has also recruited across Sales and IT departments in the UK, Finland, Ireland and Serbia. These appointments are representative of Get-e's global presence, with the company now operating in more than 110 countries.

Alexander van Deudekom, CEO and founder at Get-e says: “Get-e’s rapid growth this year is indicative of the increasing need across industries for digital solutions that can keep up with ambitious recovery plans. As a result, we are looking for even more like-minded individuals who are excited to join us on our journey.

“Over the coming months and years, we expect to experience further growth across all our departments to match our expanding customer base. Our workforce currently comprises more than 70 people and we are confident this number will reach 100 in the next six months.” 

Get-e recently announced its partnership with workplace mental health service ‘OpenUp’, which provides free and unlimited mental wellbeing support through direct access to expert help from trained professionals. Employees can seek guidance via group sessions, masterclasses, 1:1 consultations and receive health checks, available in 17 languages.

The company’s in-house multi-lingual team comprises individuals from across the globe who speak more than 20 different languages. Get-e currently has positions open across its operations, finance and network departments, plus internships.

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