DriveMe, a top mobile technology business in Nigeria, has declared that it will buy Go! in full.
In Nigeria, TwentySix is a leading supplier of valet services. DriveMe will gain national exposure in the expanding valet service market thanks to the acquisition, which will become final on January 1st, 2023.
DriveMe is a one-stop shop that links businesses and individuals with trained, screened drivers. The company has consistently provided value throughout the years in the mobility and transportation sectors, solidifying its position as the top provider of driver training and employment.
Go!TwentySix is a business with a strong reputation for offering valet service in prominent areas across the nation as well as proficiency in traffic management, ground transportation, and vehicle tracking. Through the DriveMe platform, car owners will have access to reserve parking spaces and reserve valet parking at their preferred hotels, restaurants, and bars across the nation thanks to the combined strength of the acquired firm. DriveMe’s business value will rise as a result of the acquisition, and it will also become more visible and improve its B2B approach.
Damilola Odunalde-Akeju, the founder and CEO of DriveMe, commented on the acquisition: “We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Go!TwentySix. This tactical purchase highlights our ongoing dedication to improving the mobility experience for car owners in Africa.
“Purchasing Go!TwentySix is a first step in the process of enhancing and expanding our service portfolio in the mobility tech industry. Our customers will have access to complimentary valet services when they travel between cities or go to important locations for work, play, shopping, and special occasions. Additionally, our B2B strategy will be greatly improved to deliver unmatched client satisfaction levels across all business lines.