JoinCargo changes the status-quo in the transport market in Greece, bringing the digital era to reality. In fact, the online search engine was presented with great success at the "Try Something New" event on Tuesday, May 2nd, at the Dutch ambassador's residence in Kolonaki, in the presence of business and transport representatives, supported by Heineken.
Try something new", a special event organised by JoinCargo, the online platform for transport, took place at the Residence of the Ambassador of the Netherlands on Tuesday, May 2nd with great success.
On Tuesday 2 May, the "Try something new" event was held at the Residence of the Ambassador of the Netherlands, Caspar Veldkamp, where JoinCargo, the online search engine for transport was presented.
A special event, organised by JoinCargo, the online platform that brings together companies who need to ship freight, with carriers who need freight to fill up their trucks and helps them be more efficient, took place at the Residence of the Ambassador of the Netherlands.
The crisis requires innovation
Earlier this week, we celebrated the success of a young Greek company that left Orange Grove since it is growing so fast. JoinCargo is a kind of Taxibeat for cargo loads. Their commitment and level of human capital is high, and their creativity is abundant. A renowned brand strategist, Peter Economides, especially came to my home to praise JoinCargo and its CEO. Greece needs hundreds of new companies like this.
Now professionals handle their transportation easily and secure online at reasonable costs
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JoinCargo operates in the greek market and joins the needs of the companies for transport with the ideal, available, commercial vehicles. Head of JoinCargo is Roxane a young Greek-Dutch entrepreneur.
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n Thursday 3rd of March, 12 people worked together to select, package, - transfer and deliver one ton of oranges to Pireaus Gate E1. Through its platform, JoinCargo, found the carrier that was passionate enough to support this effort at no cost.
A clever idea that brings benefits to all enterprises and their everyday working life. The Greek Start Up that offers cargo transportation on-demand.
Success for transport start up.
The keyword that defines Start-ups culture is speed. You have to move fast - learn fast - adjust fast. Indeed, this is the proper and required mindset in Greece under crisis!
Roxane Koutsolouka, the 29-year-old founder of JoinCargo, was able to attract €100,000 from an angel in the U.K. after winning first place at The Squeeze last year.
The target is to build synergies between our partners, shippers and carriers, through JoinCargo who is going to be the key component of success for their business growth and modernization.
The business concept of Roxane Koutsolouka fills the empty trucks on the Greek roads.
The 29 years old Greek-Dutches who fills the empty trucks on the Greek roads.
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A place where young, full of ideas entrepreneurs meet and talk about ways to utilize them.
JoinCargo made carrier’s lifes easier and more efficient.
The idea of an online platform matured behind the wheel. On this platform, freight carriers and shippers can find each other in a few clicks and enhance efficiency, capacity, economy and the environment.
Orange Grove: The place where entrepreneurship grows.
“I kept thinking about the waste of space on empty trucks”, said Roxane, and then came with the idea to create a platform where supply and demand come together.
The transport market in Greece can and should be much more efficient. The Dutch Roxane Koutsolouka wants to achieve that by launching an online transport platform.
Efficient economy opportunities in Greece.
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Ideas can give birth to new successful business ventures.
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Orange Grove, a co-working space offering networking and support for Greek and Dutch young entrepreneurs.
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