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  • Snapp offers ridesharing with Iranian values
  • Snapp offers ridesharing with Iranian values
    TEDxTehran (2015) ©
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Snapp offers ridesharing with Iranian values

Snapp is Iran’s homegrown version of Uber. Along with the usual ridesharing services, Snapp has a women-only offshoot that lets women request female drivers. It's helping women with traditional values get around, while enabling female employment in a male-dominated workforce.

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