Thu 4th July 2019
Careem NOW data shows that healthy intentions falter as the week goes on
Read More
Sun 30th June 2019
You can now use Careem bot to book via WhatsApp in Iraq
Read More
Thu 27th June 2019
Free Wi-Fi in all UAE Careem cars
Read More
Wed 26th June 2019
Careem’s pitch deck that returned 100X for investors
Read More
Tue 11th June 2019
Careem Basra has launched in Iraq
Read More
Tue 28th May 2019
Careem Bike marks Careem’s entrance into micro-mobility
Read More

Careem in the News

Contact us at press@careem.com

logo
Careem delivers ride-hailing to Iraq's second-largest city Basra

Ride-hailing company Careem has extended its services to the southern Iraqi city of Basra in the latest expansion for the company. It currently operates in Baghdad and Najaf and has an ongoing pilot project in Erbil. The service will use existing taxis throughout the city, catering to a population of around 2.5 million.

Read More
logo
Careem acquires Abu Dhabi's Cyacle bike-share company

Careem has acquired UAE-based bike-sharing company Cyacle for an undisclosed sum as the ride-hailing company makes its first foray into "micro-mobility" - an increasingly popular service providing easy access to scooter and bike rentals in urban areas.

Read More
logo
Uber's Mideast Addition Careem Offers Bus Hailing to Pilgrims

Careem, which agreed in March to be bought by the U.S. mobility pioneer for $3.1 billion, will provide direct rides between Jeddah on the Red Sea to the holy city of Mecca for 25 riyals ($6.70) each way, a distance covering about 85 kilometers (53 miles.)

Read More
logo
Careem Shares Plans To Become The Super App Of The Middle East

Careem leveraged the existing infrastructure built out for its ride-hailing service to launch online delivery for goods and services with initial efforts focused on foodservice. It also launched peer-to-peer, closed loop and prepaid credit transfer service to its consumer base. More recently, it introduced a rewards program.

Read More
logo
Dubai government to launch taxi venture with ride-hailing service Careem

DUBAI, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Dubai’s transport regulator is to launch a new taxi service with Careem, a ride-hailing rival to Uber in the Middle East.
The emirate’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said the deal was the first in the world between a state transport authority and a private sector ride-hailing service

Read More
logo
Dubai government to launch taxi venture with ride-hailing service Careem

The ride-hailing giant Careem is now in the delivery business as the company seeks new verticals in its ever-increasing fight against other services in the Middle East, including Uber. Starting with food delivery in Dhabi and Jeddah.

Read More

Media Assets

Download our press kit and assets here

Image gallery
Download Now
In-app product shots
Download Now
Logos
Download Now