CEO and co-founder of Chocofamily Holding Ramil Mukhoryapov announced on his Instagram page that Arsen Tomsky, founder of inDriver, confirmed the relocation of its core team to Kazakhstan, Kapital.kz writes.
Earlier, Arsen Tomsky wrote that "the company is considering opening a new office in a neutral country for centralized assistance in relocation for those who wish to do so". On February 28, he also reported on his Instagram page that Russia's share of the total volume of transactions taking place on the platform is 7% and declining.
"The company has great reserves, growing revenue in dozens of countries around the world and, as always, is operationally efficient. We remain completely calm and confident. We are launching in new countries and cities and scaling new services. We will try to help employees from Russia who want to relocate to other countries temporarily or permanently."
Founded in 2013, InDriver is an international company with a global presence in 39 countries and more than 600 cities headquartered in California. In early 2021, inDriver became a unicorn company following a $150 million investment round from Insight Partners, General Catalyst, and Bond Capital.