Selected 2015

Juan de Antonio

  • Current company Cabify

Juan de Antonio is the founder of Cabify. He studied Electronic Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. After graduating, he worked optimizing data networks before working at BCG as a strategy consultant. He then received a Fulbright scholarship to obtain an MBA from Stanford University. Upon completing the degree, he worked as Business Development Director for Zero Motorcycles, a California based motorcycles company, where he helped raise nearly US$20M. After helping drive Zero’s success, Juan’s own entrepreneurial instincts kicked into gear.

About Cabify

Cabify is a Spanish multi-mobility platform for people and objects that offers various alternatives to reduce urban travel in private cars, taking advantage of technology to make cities better places to live. And, all of this, while being an economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable company. Cabify, a member of the UN Global Compact, stands out for its commitment to talent and the local ecosystem, generating high-value jobs and declaring 100% of its activity in each country. In 2018 it became the first carbon neutral platform in its sector and since then it has been globally offsetting its emissions and those of its passengers, and meets an annual reduction commitment. Cabify has been transforming the way people move around the city for 10 years, with more than 35 million registered users and 400,000 collaborating drivers and taxi drivers. After being born in Madrid, the company spread, within a few months, to Latin America and is currently present in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Spain, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay.

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