NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
DropCar, Inc. (DCAR), a leading provider of last mile logistics technology, mobility services and cloud-based software for both the automotive industry and consumers, today announced that it will launch a non-deal roadshow (“NDR”) in the United States in cities including New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Miami and Palm Beach from January 28, 2019 to February 8, 2019.
DropCar CEO Spencer Richardson stated, “With the Mobility-as-a-Service space gearing up for some major IPOs this year, including Uber and Lyft, as well as expanding into new verticals such as large and small retailers looking to stay competitive with Amazon, we believe the time is right to aggressively share our mobility logistics platform with investors. The NDR is just one of several initiatives we’re rolling out here in Q1 to ramp up our non-deal investor outreach this year. Our management team will also be participating in additional roadshows, investor conferences, and conference calls with investors and analysts.”
DropCar’s mission is to power the next generation of mobility by bringing automotive based products and services to everyone’s front door. DropCar’s core Mobility Cloud platform and driver network helps fleet owners, dealers, OEMs, retailers, and shared mobility companies manage their last mile logistics and launch new consumer services. DropCar’s consumer mobile app (on IOS & Android) helps busy urbanites reduce the overhead of owning a car in the city while unlocking its full potential, at the tap of a button.
Learn more at https://drop.car/.
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