This London firm started out in 2013 renting black cabs to taxi drivers. Founder and chief executive Gurinder Dhillon, 52, spotted an opportunity when Uber entered the market, and in 2016 he sold his entire fleet to concentrate on providing cars to private-hire drivers. Drivers can either rent the vehicles or use the company’s rent-to-buy scheme. The business focuses on electric vehicles and now has a fleet of 2,500 cars; sales hit £20.4m in the year to March. From March to August it gave customers a 50% discount on rental payments.
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