The lump-sum contribution will be from €40 thousand. The return on investment (ROI) is promised up to 50%.
As Spot reported, Anytime car sharing launched a franchise to enter new countries, Uzbekistan was listed among the target markets.
According to the president of Anytime Carsharing Vincenzo Trani, a franchise for a car service on a Anytime Prime subscription (long-term lease) is being discussed with Qatar, and Uzbekistan is interested in launching a classic per-minute car-sharing franchise.
“When we talk about emerging markets, we are talking about a really large part of the world,” Trani added.
From January 10, carsharing companies in Uzbekistan can freely lease cars to individuals and companies for up to 30 days without registration with a notary and registration in the departments of internal affairs.
As for the Anytime franchise, the population of the city for the franchise must be more than 700 thousand people. The lump-sum contribution will be from €40 thousand. There will be no royalties for the first six months. The return on investment (ROI) is promised up to 50%.