On Thursday, Cargo expanded its accessibility, announcing a deal with Venmo, the mobile payment service beloved by the millennial set. Earlier this year, Venmo began working with merchants including GrubHub and Uber to let consumers transact with merchants.Read More
You never quite know what you’ll need when you’re on the move. An energy boost on your way to the big meeting, a phone charger when you’re down to 7%, or a much-needed snack at the end of the night—your time in an Uber is sometimes the only chance you have to refuel and recharge.
For all these scenarios and more, Cargo offers drivers free center-console boxes filled with goods that riders can order right from their phone. When it’s safe to do so, the driver hands over the item.Read More
The in-vehicle commerce platform also teamed up with SnackNation for its Los Angeles launch.Read More
Ride-hailing company Grab has engaged in-car commerce startup Cargo in a collaboration that would allow Grab’s driver-partners to earn extra money while providing its passengers the option to shop for daily essentials as they ride.Read More
Passengers using Uber or Lyft are now able to buy drinks, snacks and even phone chargers while they are on their way from A to B.
The initiative comes from tech company Cargo, which has installed boxes of products including protein bar RXBAR, Sour Patch Kids sweets and hangover cure tablets into cars in U.S. cities including New York, Chicago and Baltimore.Read More
Kellogg’s investment arm, eighteen94 capital, has bought a stake Cargo, a New York startup that allows rideshare drivers to sell snacks in their cars.Read More
As millions of ride-share drivers are chauffeuring people around, a new startup called Cargo is paving the way in the emerging passenger economy by offering products and services in-car. Cargo, launched in June, works with drivers to integrate a mobile storefront in each vehicle to provide passengers with convenience products while in transit.Read More
Cargo CEO Jeff Cripe on how the company is turning ride share vehicles into vending machines on the go.Read More