Home Startups ‘Chap Chap’ That’s How Kenyans Will Be Getting Their Taxis

‘Chap Chap’ That’s How Kenyans Will Be Getting Their Taxis

by Caroline Vutagwa
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Kenyans are will be able to enjoy Taxi efficiency by the end if the second quarter of this year using the Chap Chap App.  Chap Chap is a homegrown Kenyan service that is emerging from its secret alpha; the Kenyan taxi app space is witnessing a lot of growth from both big and small players.

Big multi-national operators such of Easy Taxi and Uber have either already setup shop or indicated that they will be setting up shop in Kenya soon. Reports from the ground and from Easy Taxi’s Kenya Facebook page indicate that they have just rolled out their services in Kilimani and Westlands areas in Nairobi.

Chap Chap aims to create a niche in this market by providing local solutions and building a product that is suited to the Kenyan market. Furthermore Chap Chap aims to differentiate itself from just being a taxi booking app. Chap Chap sees itself more than that and is geared towards building a solid transport utility service deeply ingrained into Kenya’s buzzing society.

The company has just launched its landing page with a call for interested drivers to sign up for its partnership program.

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