Harvard Business and Innovative Mobility
As our campaign surges forward, so does Dollaride’s efforts to bring affordable transportation to the communities who need it the most.
Last week Harvard Business Review (HBR) featured Dollaride in an article highlighting how our business model has evolved/shifted based on the impact COVID-19 has had on public transportation in NYC. It’s a must-read for anyone interested in how Dollaride plans to position itself within a safer, cleaner, and more organized New York City public transit system. Check it out here. HBR is a general management magazine published by Harvard Business Publishing. It's articles cover a wide range of topics and focus on areas including leadership, organizational change, negotiation, strategy, operations, marketing, finance, and managing people.
In other news, CEO Su Sanni joined two other David Prize finalists on a small panel to discuss our mobility project with the Regional Plan Association’s (RPA) Senior Vice President, Kate Slevin. The discussion was held on Thursday, August 13th, and can be viewed here. RPA is an independent, non-profit civic organization that develops and promotes ideas to improve the economic health, environmental resiliency, and quality of life of the New York metropolitan area.
Lastly, Dollaride is less than <$5000 away from hitting 200% of its minimum goal on Republic. Please invite 1 other person you know to check out the campaign page by forwarding this email, and encourage them to invest. We’d love to welcome them to the Dollaride family.
All the best,
The Dollaride Team