Join Shotl in Barcelona at the 2023 UITP Summit

Come meet with the Shotl team at the upcoming UITP Summit in Barcelona, from 4th to 7th of June.

After 18 extraordinary months as part of Swvl Holdings, Shotl is back to ‘solo’ mode. We’re jumping into a brand new chapter with a reinstated vision and creative offerings for the public transport industry. As much as being part of the Swvl family has reinforced and improved our company, we are now ready to explore new business models and partnerships with consolidated players in the global mobility sector.

During the last 7 years, Shotl has empowered transport operators to deploy flexible demand-responsive passenger transportation services through dedicated software solutions. Shotl’s technology has been deployed in 19 different countries and is currently in service in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

As part of a new strategy, Shotl is now licensing its source code in full to those mobility companies that have an interest in adding a demand-responsive solution to their portfolio.

If that is of interest to you, we’d be happy to find a time to meet and discuss our mutual interests and goals. If you’re curious to learn about how you can license, evolve and commercialize the existing Shotl source code, schedule a meeting with us at UITP Global Summit by selecting an available time slot here.

Let's embark on a transformative journey towards a future where urban mobility is efficient, sustainable, and accessible for all. We can’t wait to meet you in Barcelona!

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