Gett Shuts Down Juno, Announces Collaboration With Lyft
Gett acquired New York-based Juno in 2017 for $200 million, but repeated reports of Gett’s attempt to sell it due to high expenses have been popping up since 2018
Meir Orbach | 18:59 18.11.2019
Israel-based ride-hailing app developer Gett announced on Monday it will be shutting down its New York subsidiary Juno. Gett acquired Juno for $200 million in 2017 but the company failed to carve out a market share on the same turf as Lyft, Uber, and Via. Gett will be letting all of Juno’s employees in the U.S. and Israel go. Repeated reports of Gett’s attempt to sell Juno due to its high costs have been popping up since 2018. Also on Monday, Gett announced a collaboration with Lyft, which will come into effect in early 2020 and will enable the company’s corporate clients to use Lyft’s services transparently. According to Gett, its business products serve over 20,000 companies worldwide.