Careem, the Super App for the Middle East and Pakistan, has expanded its corporate portfolio ‘Careem for Business’ (C4B) by partnering with Engro Corporation, a leading Pakistani conglomerate, to provide secure and hassle-free mobility solutions for Engro’s female employees.
As part of Engro’s diversity, equity, and inclusion goals, our collaboration aims to make it easier for women to get to and from work. Women at Engro who are not eligible for a car benefit will be given a monthly spend allowance of Rs 15,000 on the Careem account interface as part of the agreement. Engro has implemented a number of policies and procedures to promote a gender diverse and inclusive leadership pipeline, workforce, and culture. Maternity and paternity leaves, as well as daycare solutions, are among these initiatives.
Careem is stepping up its efforts to reduce commute problems for corporate employees across the country, with the objective of offering safe, comfortable, and economical trips to individuals.
“The availability of secure, convenient, and inexpensive transportation remains one of the most common impediments to the integration of women at the workplace,” said Rizwan Masood Raja, Chief People Officer of Engro Corporation, speaking at the signing ceremony. Our collaboration with Careem aims to address this issue, and it perfectly complements Engro’s efforts to encourage digitization and diversity and inclusion.”
“As part of our diligent efforts to transform the conventional mobility ecosystem and simplify the lives of people, especially for women and other critical segments of society, we are delighted to bring Engro Corporation on board with this partnership,” said Feroz Jaleel, Country Head, Careem Pakistan. We are constantly growing our portfolio to provide our business and individual customers with the greatest quality of service as well as safe, secure, and hassle-free commuting options.”
Careem For Business (C4B) is a Careem corporate division that offers a variety of different features in its customised mobility solutions, such as spend control by setting departmental limits, user management options to add/remove users, postpaid credit facility, intercity/full-day travel, and various billing options such as MIS reports, monthly billing, and so on. Similarly, corporate clients enjoy benefits such as dedicated account managers, highest-ranking Captains (Gold, VIP, and Careem tiers), priority & backup fleets, pooling model, scheduled pick-ups/drop-offs, 24/7 corporate care, a diverse range of car types, and a slew of safety features such as live ride-tracking, in-ride insurance, and so on.
Careem’s C4B portfolio includes over 4,500 companies and over 11 million corporate travels per year. Deloitte, JS Bank, Nestlé, Mckinsey, Bain, Boston Consulting Group, Jazz Pakistan, Vodafone Egypt, Etisalat Group, Huawei KSA, Afiniti, Gerry’s, Sapphire, Aramco, Daraz, ICI Pakistan, and K-Electric are just a few of the organisations involved.
On its platform, Careem has approximately 9 million customers, 0.8 million captains, and 3,000 merchants. Since its debut in Pakistan in 2016, it has invested up to $100 million. Careem, which is transforming into a Super App, is a multi-service platform that provides ride-hailing, food, delivery, and payment services