Dec 04, 2019 in Tech Innovation

Bolt Country Manager Sam Raciti

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Following a successful six months in London, Uber rival Bolt has launched its first 'driver hub', to support current drivers and recruit new ones. 

Auto Futures caught up with Samuel Raciti, Country Manager at Bolt, to discuss the largest ride-hailing platform in Europe, its relationship with Transport for London, the opportunities in the city and supporting current and new regulations. 

Stay tuned for part 2, where Raciti explains the idea behind the driver hub and the importance of humanising the services. 

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