http://www.autonews.com - A dealership car-sharing program represents one more step toward what Maven CEO Julia Steyn has called a "holistic mobility platform." The idea is a one-stop shop for emerging mobility services.
https://www.autoblog.com - Of course, GM owns a piece of Lyft and leases a lot of cars to drivers at both startups.
http://www.reuters.com - General Motors' Maven car sharing and rental unit is expanding its partnerships in ride and delivery services as parent GM considers whether to enter the on-demand mobility business now dominated by Uber Technologies and Lyft Inc.
https://www.cnbc.com - Julia Steyn, Maven CEO, discusses GM's Maven Gig car sharing service and their pricing structure.
http://insideevs.com - Car Sharing service Maven Gig, which was launched in November 2016, is expanding from its California base (Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco) into Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, Phoenix and Washington, D. C.
http://fortune.com - General Motors is expanding its on-demand car-sharing business designed for gig economy workers who shuttle passengers and packages, to a number of U.S. cities, including Los Angeles. Maven Gig, a platform that lets members earn money by driving for multiple “gig economy” apps like GrubHub, Instacart, Roadie, Uber, and Lyft, kicked off in May in San Diego. It expanded to San Francisco in June. On Thursday, Maven Gig launched in Los Angeles.
http://www.freep.com - General Motors Co.'s Maven rental car service is moving onto college campuses.
http://www.forbes.com - Topping $229 per week plus tax, GM’s new Maven Gig rental program for freelancers is a tough gig to afford.
http://www.motortrend.com - Maven Gig, GM’s attempt to break into the gig economy by offering Chevrolet Bolt EV rentals to drivers for hire, landed in Los Angeles this week. The service began in San Diego and San Francisco, and now GM plans on expanding it to other major cities like Boston, Phoenix, Washington, D.
https://www.digitaltrends.com - Want to drive for Uber or Lyft but don't have a car to call your own? Maven Gig wants to help. The weekly car-rental service from GM hopes to supply the vehicles for the 21st-century gig economy.