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11 Sep 2021
Plentywaka, the Toronto-headquartered shared mobility startup, which provides hassle-free shared rides on-demand, is making a significant shift in its business today as it announced that it has changed its name to Treepz.
10 Sep 2021
Plentywaka, the Toronto-headquartered shared mobility startup which provides hassle-free shared rides on-demand, is making a significant shift in its business today as it announced that it has changed its name to Treepz. The name change which is effective as of now presents an opportunity to align the company name with its Pan-African expansion plan. It…
24 Aug 2021
Africa’s public transportation sector is gradually evolving with the emergence of new technology-driven modes of transportation.
26 Jun 2021
Nigeria’s leading transportation technology company, Plentywaka, and GUO Transport Services Limited, one of Nigeria’s largest transportation companies, with specialization in the interstate traveling industry, have today announced a partnership...
18 Feb 2020
With the recent ban of commercial bikes and tricycles (popularly known as Okada and Keke) in some LGAs in Lagos, Lagosians have turned the spotlight to alternative means of transporting and one of such is Plentywaka.

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