Drivy continues its unstoppable rise with a $35M round

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Alven Capital is proud to see Drivy raise a Series C $35M round to pursue its vision of enabling all of Europe with peer-to-peer car rentals.

Alven Capital is proud to see Drivy raise a Series C $35M round to pursue its vision of enabling all of Europe with peer-to-peer car rentals. Since the beginning of this year the company celebrated its 5 years of operations, rebranded with an entirely new visual identity and opened new larger offices for their Paris headquarters. The new funding will finance the expansion to new European markets like the UK and more to be announced soon.

Paulin Drivy

Drivy is now the uncontested leader of the peer-to-peer rental cars market with over 36 000 cars available on its platform, a  user base of 850 000 and growing and serves 3 markets with France, Germany and Spain, a great progress since Alven Capital invested in the Seed round Drivy raised in 2012. We look forward to their continued success as they take on new markets for the next 5 years.


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