Not too long ago, Ola held a family day. It isn’t unusual for a startup to hold these kinds of all-hands meetings. It encourages team building and the company addresses the aims and goals of the year. This one was similar. There were meetings, dinner and a few went out for drinks at a popular Bengaluru watering hole. But then, some of the senior staffers who were part of this bonding session felt it to be unusual.
Bhavish Aggarwal’s council of ministers
Like every major company, Ola has a power structure. And these individuals pull the levers, which make the unicorn work
Ola is valued at over $3 billion and perhaps, it would be fair not to consider it a startup anymore
A corporate structure will also play a part in stemming the drop in bookings that the industry recorded in the first quarter of 2017
Softbank predicts that the Indian cab market will grow to $7 billion by 2020, which makes Ola an important part of the puzzle
Ola has attempted to establish a structure earlier and failed. Maybe it will be lucky now