Shared cars just for them

Identified as the BlaBlaCar for women, MissCar is a digital platform with an app and a website that offers a car-sharing service just for them, in order to provide users who are part of its community with the opportunity to share a car with maximum tranquility, security and confidence.

Shared cars just for them

Identified as the BlaBlaCar for women, MissCar is a digital platform with an app and a website that offers a car-sharing service just for them, in order to provide users who are part of its community with the opportunity to share a car with maximum tranquility, security and confidence.

«Through MissCar, users will travel in a safe, economical, flexible and direct way to their destinations, sharing the expenses associated with the journey they are going to make together. And through the identity validation system integrated into the app itself, we guarantee that all the profiles with which they are going to make a trip through our platform are verified”, says the CEO and co-founder of MissCar José Antonio Herreros García.

The company was founded in January 2020, just as the pandemic was beginning to unfold. That is why it did not start shooting until March 2021. From that moment until now they have managed to validate their business model, reaching almost 30,000 downloads and more than 20,000 users. "In recent months, due to the increase in fuel prices, we have experienced an organic growth of 50% with respect to the volume of registrations that was usually taking place, and we have also observed an increase of 30% in terms of published trips" Herreros explains. It is not surprising, since the price of fuel has reached an all-time high, up to 2 euros per liter and Misscar users "benefit from savings of up to €1.50 per liter of fuel when making their trips," he says. Blacksmiths. The co-founder explains that the driver who publishes the trip establishes the contribution that she wishes to receive from the passenger. To do this, "from MissCar a recommended contribution is proposed, through an algorithm that we have developed based on the price of fuel and the kilometers traveled, which can be modified within established maximums and minimums." The recommended contribution is 0.04 euros/km, the minimum contribution is 0.02 euros/km and the maximum contribution is 0.08 euros/km.

The company plans to reach a volume of 550,000 users by the beginning of 2026, who will be making 700,000 annual trips, which will generate "approximately 2.75 million euros gross at the end of each year," shares the co-founder.

The company's roadmap is ambitious. In Spain, there are 9 million women between the ages of 18 and 45, of which only three and a half million use ride-sharing platforms. "There are 5.5 million women between the ages of 18 and 45 who do not use carpooling platforms and one of our main challenges is to get them to join our community," exclaims the CEO. The next step is the internationalization plans, with Latin America in the spotlight.

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