Hello Inc., a local travel and life service platform in China, released its 2021 Sustainable Development Report on June 6, reviewing its achievements from the aspects of science and technology, low-carbon efforts and common prosperity.
Hello Inc., a Chinese mobility firm focused on bike-sharing that is also known as Hellobike, announced a brand upgrade on Monday.
Chinese bike-sharing company Hello Inc. announced on Wednesday that since it piloted carpooling services in six cities including Hangzhou and Chengdu in January 2019, it has completed 300 million individual carpooling orders.
Beijing will bring bike-sharing enterprises into the national credit supervision system in order to better regulate the industry, protect user rights, promote bike scheduling and data security.
On Wednesday, Hello Inc. announced the launch of its own self-driving car rental service. Users can open the Hello Inc. APP, click and enter Hello Car Rental interface, and select the time and location of renting a car.
Xiaoha Power Exchange, a brand owned by Chinese bike-sharing giant Hello Inc., and Southern Power Grid Electric Vehicle Service Co., Ltd. (EV Link) announced that they have recently signed a formal cooperation agreement.
The State Administration for Market Regulation continues to strengthen supervision over competition and pricing in the field of the sharing economy.
On June 23, Tianyancha showed that Dongxia Datong Company was listed as a judgment debtor by the Haidian District People's Court of Beijing, obliging it to pay about 13.416 million yuan in fines.
Chinese food delivery platform Meituan reported better-than-expected fourth quarter and full year revenues but warned that continued investment in its community group buying business would likely lead to losses in future quarters.
Chinese bike-sharing app Mobike ceased operations Monday night following a full integration into its parent company, Meituan Dianping.
Chinese food delivery and services platform Meituan have begun collaborating with video and live streaming company Bilibili to launch limited edition “Bullet Chat Meituan Bikes” across various cities.
Dock-less cycle-sharing group Mobike, owned by Meituan Dianping, announced that nearly 190,000 users had reported destruction and misuse of bikes through the app in 2019.
Ofo, plagued by bankruptcy rumors, has had a tough year trying to pay back user deposits. The Chinese bike-sharing startup recently launched a new controversial refund policy.
Sharing creates affordable infrastructure for start-ups through co-working spaces and for food and beverage businesses by allowing them to share a massive fleet of delivery guys instead of owning one.
According to insider information received by 36Kr, one of the cofounders of ofo, Zhang Siding, has established a new venture.
When it seemed like we were about to hear the eulogy to the troubled industry, Meituan-Dianping and Didi Chuxing – companies that timely bought into bike-sharing flag-bearers Mobike and Bluegogo – started revitalizing their bicycle fleets.
Not long after Chinese bike-sharing start-up Ofo withered away, its longtime rival Mobike has begun to withdraw from overseas markets.
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“It will take 3.6 years to get my deposit back,” a reporter from Sina wrote. Ofo users have been seen waiting in line in front of the company’s headquarters at Zhongguancun in Beijing for the past few days. The harsh winds of the Beijing winter didn’t stop them from getting their deposit back.