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Algerian mobility startup temtem launches carpooling in North Africa with KAROS deal

Algerian mobility startup temtem is bringing car-pooling to the North Africa region via a partnership with French company Karos.

Founded in 2017 by Kamel Haddar and backed to the tune of US$4 million in VC funding last year, temtem assists its 500,000 customers with its ride-sharing service.

It is now rolling out a car-pooling service in partnership with Karos, the French leader in home-to-work car-pooling. The company is expanding internationally for the first time by teaming up with temtem.

Read more from source article: https://disrupt-africa.com/2020/03/algerian-mobility-startup-temtem-launches-carpooling-in-north-africa-with-karos-deal/

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Nichole Manhire

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