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YayYo, Inc. Files Application for NASDAQ Capital Market Listing

September 14, 2017 by  
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LOS ANGELES – August 14, 2017 – YayYo, Inc., today announced that the Company has filed an application to list its common stock on the NASDAQ Capital Market.

YayYo, Inc was qualified as a public company by the Securities and Exchange Commission, as of March 17, 2017, under Regulation A+.

NASDAQ has reserve the ticker symbol (YAYO) for the company.

The NASDAQ listing application is subject to review and approval by NASDAQ’s Listing Qualifications Department to ensure compliance with all NASDAQ Capital Market standards. YayYo anticipates the NASDAQ review process to last at least two months before completion. While the Company intends to satisfy all of NASDAQ’s requirements for initial listing, no assurance can be given that its application will be approved.

“We believe that elevating the listing of our common stock to the NASDAQ Capital Market will be an important step forward in our mission of enhancing shareholder value, the NASDAQ listing should enable us to give trading liquidity of our stock, broaden our shareholder base, and raise our profile in the investment community,” said Ramy El-Batrawi CEO.

The Company has also arranged the filing of a 15c-211 application with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) for a U.S. listing, and its shares to be quoted on the OTC Markets as a backup to the NASDAQ filing.

Forward-Looking Statements

This release contains certain statements that are, or may be deemed to be, forward-looking statements within the meaning of section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and are made in reliance upon the protections provided by such Acts for forward-looking statements. We have identified forward-looking statements by using words such as “expect,” “believe,” and “should.” Although we believe our expectations are reasonable, our operations involve a number of risks and uncertainties that are beyond our control, and these statements may turn out not to be true. Risk factors associated with our business, including some of the facts set forth herein, are detailed in the Company’s Form SEC filings.

The Company was also recently qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission for a Regulation A+ Initial Public Offering to raise gross proceeds of $50 million. Interested investors can purchase shares directly at http://www.YayYoIpo.com.

Media contact:
Ramy El-Batrawi
310-926-2643
info@yayyo.com

YayYo, Inc. Has Formed a New Rental Car Division for the Rideshare Industry

September 12, 2017 by  
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LOS ANGELES – August 12, 2017 – YayYo, Inc., today announced it has formed a new rental division for the rideshare industry using previously announced delivery of its fleet of vehicles.

After a test of the market with the initial Hyundai vehicles delivered through SoCal Penske . YayYo continued to rent all the cars that came in from the initial purchase to drivers of other rideshare operators.

They were immediately rented out because of huge demand as vehicles,

YayYo formed a subsidiary, Distinct Cars, LLC to expand it rental operation.

Laurie DiGiovanni who was originally hired as Head of Fleet Operations for YayYo’s rideshare services has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer and has joined the board of directors of YayYo, Inc.

DiGiovanni’s experience within the automotive industry, including project management and training positions with Toyota, Mazda, and Nissan, makes her the best choice to lead the rapidly growing Distinct Car Division as we focus the company to meet growth potential of that division.

YayYo’s initial plan was to rent excess vehicles to drivers of other ridesharing companies. After seeing the tremendous demand we have rented all our vehicles out to drivers and have ordered additional vehicles to meet the demand. Our lower cost of vehicles, through our purchase program through Hyundai, makes it a growing profit center for YayYo.

As the demand for short-term car rentals to rideshare drivers continuse to grow, the demand for new cars that are well maintained will continue to grow with it, as drivers seek a car presence and stability to ensure riders are satisfied with their ride experience.

“We are delighted to see that our initial thoughts after doing some research, that many drivers do not have vehicles to qualify to drive for the major rideshare companies. That demand is truly there said ” Ramy El-Batrawi, CEO “We are excited to see the kind of demand and potential profits of this division.”

Those interested in renting cars can email YayYo at info@yayYo.com

The Company was also recently qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission for a Regulation A+ Initial Public Offering to raise gross proceeds of $50 million. Interested investors can purchase shares directly at www.YayYoIpo.com.

Media contact:
Ramy El-Batrawi
310-926-2643
info@yayyo.com

Advanced Tek Group, Inc To Go Public

September 12, 2017 by  
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Advanced Tek Group, Inc is preparing to go public under Regulation A+. ATG anticipates raising $50M. Use of proceeds will be used to roll up the fragmented industry of supplier to military contractors. Ramy El Batrawi is a majority holder, though his holding company X, LLC. With Mr. El-Batrawi’s 35 years of negotiation skills, he is well suited to accomplish the roll up of approximately 40 competitors within a year’s time.

About ATG

ATG manufactures components that are needed for power systems, communication systems and control systems for various Aircrafts, Missiles, Torpedoes, radars, ships, guided bombs, nuclear weapons, satellites, launch vehicles, space crafts, ground systems, medical equipment to name a few.

These systems had to be of exceptional quality, reliability and produced to completely traceable materials, quality systems and trained workers. There was no room for an error on a launched missile, satellite or a combat aircraft.
ATG supplies various branches of US armed forces with exceptional quality components. Guidance and Control equipment of Nuclear Missiles in underground silos, Cruise missiles on ships, Patriot Missiles on anti-missile stations, AMRAAM missile on fighter jets to Hellfire missiles on Drones all use ATG parts. Display systems, firing mechanisms of Fighter jets like F15 to F35, support aircrafts like AWACS, C130s, Attack Helicopters, Radars, Radios, Navy ships to submarines, tanks to guns, there is practically no weapon system that does not use ATG parts.

Over the years ATG branched out into commercial nonmilitary aviation, communication satellites, international space station, power amplifiers, motor generator control, welding equipment, Tasers, night vision goggles etc. Oil drilling equipment makers, fluid control valve manufacturers also use ATG parts. Smallest of these parts will sit 4 on a nail of a pinky finger to largest one hardly fitting in a pickup truck.

Single minded focus on designing very difficult items to design and manufacture, ATG has been unaffected by trend of outsourcing manufacturing by US companies and for nonmilitary very high quality and difficult to manufacture parts had set up it’s own fully owned Manufacturing facility in Tecate, Mexico in 1986 under maquiladora programs before NAFTA was even envisioned and thus would not be impacted by any changes that might come about in NAFTA agreements.

ATG has US Government approved Manufacturing License to Manufacture even Military parts in it’s wholly owned facility in Mexico.

Due to the unique nature of product ATG makes, it has become sole source on thousands of parts, meaning customers cannot buy these products from anyone but ATG giving it exceptional pricing power. As large companies have cut back on research and development, qualifying new suppliers is very expensive and un practical.

ATG parts are used for repair and maintenance of aircafts all over the world by various airforces and airlines giving it a very reliable source of revenue from parts that have already been designed and proven to be manufacturable in a profitable way. So pervasive is the position of ATG is with some of these divisions that 85% or more of their needs are met by ATG and no other supplier is qualified.

ATG customers have frequently commented that in case it is unable to supply parts, there could be industry wide disruptions lasting up to couple of years or more.

Key to success of ATG has been it’s people. Top employees each have an experience of over 30 years in this field, even in today’s world of worker turn over ATG prides itself in retaining most of it’s employees till they choose to retire.
Present group of management is led by Gogi Sidhu who has been associated with ATG since 1989 and bought the company in 1994 most other key managers have been with him since 1994 too. There is extensive cross training to allow for overlap of abilities to cover for each of key manager’s functions by another.

ATG’s Mission has been to design and manufacture highest quality, most reliable, components to be delivered on time at a cost that helps our customers to compete with their competition.

Forbes 400 List Up & Comer Ramy El Batrawi

September 12, 2017 by  
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Having amassed a net worth of over $50 million by the age of 23, Ramy El-Batrawi was moved to a greater vision when he saw an episode of the TV series “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.” The subject of the episode was Adnan Khashoggi, a Saudi Arabian businessman who, in the early 1980s, had a net worth of 10 billion USD and was considered one of the richest men in the world.

A student of Napoleon Hill’s legendary self-improvement book, Think and Grow Rich since the age of 12, Ramy knew that when he formed a burning desire to reach a goal, and maintained his faith in reaching that objective, nothing could stand in his way. As Napoleon Hill maintained: “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”

Ramy conceived the idea of going to work with Khashoggi, who was seemingly impossible to reach, given that the man brokered deals between the Saudi government and US defense contractors like Lockheed, Raytheon, Grumman, and Northrup. Nevertheless, exploiting the influence of Khasoggi’s inner circle, Ramy ended up becoming one of the Saudi billionaire’s closest associates.

Close business associations with other billionaires such as Carl Icahn and Donald Trump followed.

When Ramy ventured into media in the 1990s, an astonishing success in the history of publishing followed. Once he launched a media campaign for John Gray’s “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus,” sales skyrocketed, causing the book about male and female relationships to sell more than 50 million copies. The book spent 121 weeks on the bestseller lists.

Absent from the media spotlight for a time, Ramy is now poised to make a major new mark in the business world through his holding company X, LLC, with a series of upcoming IPOs for his new businesses: a ride-sharing app YayYo, a Metasearch app for the Rideshare industry; a stake in Biotech Company NeurMedix; an all-natural supplements company focused of sexual health; His controlling stake in Advanced Tek Group, Inc and AGVG a money-raising machine he created to raise capital for his upcoming next 6 ventures.

His 21st century goal is very simple: Ramy El-Batrawi is making major deals as each week goes by, on his way to making the list in the next two years. We estimate his net worth to be $1 Billion.

YayYo, Inc. Announces Launch of New Ridesharing Platform and Service, RideYayYo, in Los Angeles

September 12, 2017 by  
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Company to unveil cost-efficient fleet of cars within surge-price-stricken LA county; will offer drivers guaranteed salary, benefits, and flexible shifts, along with a brand-new car to take home for no cost

LOS ANGELES – May 11, 2017 – YayYo, Inc., the leading app providing smartphone metasearch for ridesharing services, today announced the launch of its own fleet of vehicles, RideYayYo, in Los Angeles. RideYayYo will debut its fleet throughout LA county this summer and will be available to a select group of through a beta program on the YayYo metasearch app.

RideYayYo aims to provide LA residents with the riding experience the city now lacks due to the daily surge pricing from the dominant rideshare companies driving up consumer costs – a steep expense to ride in old cars with untrained drivers. Users requesting a ride from RideYayYo will be greeted by a professionally trained driver in a brand new car, with enhanced features for rider safety and security including onboard cameras – all for the lowest price on the market.

“We’re launching RideYayYo into LA to give the people what they want – an affordable ridesharing service with trained drivers and new, clean cars. Paying surge pricing to ride in a car that’s 10 years old with a driver that has no experience should not be the only option,” said Laurie DiGiovanni, Head of Fleet Operations at YayYo. “RideYayYo will provide riders with the confidence that they will reach their destination comfortably and safely, for a price that won’t break the bank.”

RideYayYo also transcends the traditional rideshare model through its unique opportunity for its drivers. RideYayYo will supply drivers with new cars that can be taken home, enhanced training, guaranteed pay with benefits, insurance, and a path to employee-ownership. With flexible shifts and an innovative customer-centric approach, drivers with RideYayYo can be assured a consistent income without having to worry about extraneous fees such as tolls, insurance, and car payments that come with driving for other services.

Board Member and seasoned Los Angeles alternative transit advocate, Bob Vanech said, “We have watched the big rideshare companies exploit their drivers leading to a questionable customer experience, so YayYo is putting its passengers and drivers at the epicenter of its business model, and in doing so creating a blissful and unmatched rider experience.”

Following its launch in Los Angeles, RideYayYo will expand to cities throughout the United States, capitalizing on the billion-dollar ridesharing industry. With approximately two billion mobile phone users in the world, but less than nine million users of Uber and Lyft combined globally, there remains significant market opportunity for rideshare companies as consumers seek out less expensive, safer, and better options.

Those interested in driving for RideYayYo can fill out an application by visiting the website www.drive4yayo.com.

About YayYo, Inc.

YayYo, Inc. is the leading app providing smartphone metasearch for ridesharing services, providing price comparison and booking of available ridesharing and taxi services along with select limousine and public transportation services. YayYo offers the convenience users expect with unique benefits not available from Uber, Lyft or taxi services alone.

The Company was also recently qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission for a Regulation A+ Initial Public Offering to raise gross proceeds of $50 million. Interested investors can purchase shares directly at www.YayYoIpo.com.

Media contact:
Matthew Bretzius
FischTank Marketing and PR
matt@fischtankpr.com

Ramy El Batrawi

YayYo, Inc. Begins Hiring Drivers for RideYayYo Ridesharing Platform Launching into Beta in Los Angeles

September 12, 2017 by  
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Company receives more than 600 applicants in two weeks; drivers selected for RideYayYo will receive guaranteed salary, benefits, flexible shifts, and a brand-new car to take home for no cost 

LOS ANGELES – May 18, 2017 – YayYo, Inc. (“YayYo”), the leading app providing smartphone metasearch for ridesharing services, today announced it has begun hiring drivers as it ramps up for the beta launch of its new cost-efficient rideshare service RideYayYo in LA County, as announced last week.

YayYo kicked off a marketing campaign to attract potential drivers as it prepares to put cars on the road in the coming weeks. The Company received an overwhelming response from potential drivers – more than 600 applicants in two weeks – who are interested in the unique benefits offered by RideYayYo that are unmatched by competing rideshare services. Drivers with RideYayYo will receive a guaranteed salary, benefits including car insurance, and flexible scheduling.

Drivers will also receive a brand-new car which they will drive for RideYayYo and can also be taken home, at no cost. The driver will be able to use the car for personal use if they comply with the guidelines for basic car maintenance, vehicle storage, and a limited mileage designation within their contract.

“We have seen tremendous interest from prospective drivers for RideYayYo, but we aren’t surprised. Like riders, drivers are also looking for a better ridesharing experience than what is currently available on the market,” said Ramy El Batrawi, CEO, YayYo. “It’s been well documented that drivers for the leading services now are seeing too much of their fares taken from them, either by the company or other expenses like tolls, insurance, and car payments. We want to provide our drivers with a guaranteed dependable income that isn’t eaten away by other fees so they remain happy and motivated to provide the best experience possible for their riders.”

Drivers will also partake in an extensive training program as part of the onboarding process, ensuring riders are given the safest and most professional service available. Background checks and in-person training will enable RideYayYo to avoid issues related to existing driver qualifications of other services, and on-board cameras will allow the Company to monitor all activity inside each vehicle.

YayYo plans to complete the driver hiring process and debut its fleet throughout LA County in the coming weeks. RideYayYo will then be available exclusively through the YayYo app. Interested drivers can apply at www.drive4yayyo.com.

About YayYo, Inc. 

The Company was also recently qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission for a Regulation A+ Initial Public Offering to raise gross proceeds of $50 million. Interested investors can purchase shares directly at www.YayYoIpo.com.

New Regulation A+ Offerings

September 12, 2017 by  
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Regulation A+ can be thought of as an alternative to a small registered IPO and as either an alternative or a complement to other securities offering methods that are exempt from registration under the Securities Act.

Recently, the Accelerated Growth Venture Group (founder Ramy El Batrawi) is in the process of offering new Regulation A+ offerings for YayYo and ATG.

Regulation A was adopted by the Commission under Section 3(b) of the Securities Act in 1936 as an exemption from registration for small issues. The annual offering limit permitted under this exemption had been raised several times and was changed to $5 million by 1992 Nevertheless, the exemption has been used infrequently over the past two decades.

The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (the “JOBS Act”) of 2012 amended Section 3(b) of the Securities Act of 1933, directing the Commission to adopt rules exempting from the registration requirements of the Securities Act offerings of up to $50 million per year. The Regulation A amendments (“Regulation A+”) were proposed by the Commission on December 18, 2013 and adopted on March 25, 2015. The amendments became effective on June 19, 2015.

In the approximately 16 months since the amendments became effective, Regulation A+ securities offerings have outpaced the past rate of Regulation A activity. As of October 31, 2016, prospective issuers have publicly filed offering statements for 147 Regulation A+ offerings, seeking up to approximately $2.6 billion in financing. Of those, approximately 81 offerings seeking up to approximately $1.5 billion have been qualified by the Commission. (Offerings must be qualified by the Commission before issuers may sell securities). Approximately $190 million has been reported raised during that period, although this likely understates the true amount raised due to reporting timeframes.

Issuers are availing themselves of both Tier 1 and Tier 2, but Tier 2 offerings were on the margin more common among qualified offerings, accounting for 60% of qualified offerings. The offer amount varied with issuer size, with the average issuer was seeking up to approximately $18 million. Companies mainly offered equity, which accounted for over 85% of all offerings. The majority of offerings were conducted on a best-efforts, self-underwritten basis, consistent with the small offering size and the small size of a typical issuer. Most of the issuers have previously engaged in private offerings, consistent with the use of amended Regulation A as a capital raising on-ramp.  – SEC https://www.sec.gov/dera/staff-papers/white-papers/Knyazeva_RegulationA-.pdf

  • 147 offering statements filed, of which 81 were qualified (as of the date of the stats)
  • Of the 81 qualified, 49 were Tier 2, 32 were Tier 1
  • 121 days avg time from filing to qualification (Tier 2)
  • 17% used broker-dealers (Tier 2)
  • $18M avg max-raise
  • 20% used “test the waters”
  • 87% equity/13% debt or other offerings
  • $50,000 avg legal costs to file & get qualified
  • $15,000 avg accounting audit costs
  • 50%+ of all issuers are incorporated in either Delaware or Nevada and located in California, Texas, Florida or DC-area
  • Typical issuer had no assets, no revenue, no net income (in other words, they are start-ups)
  • Real estate was dominant, accompanied by financial services

Time to qualification, 121 days (Tier 2 avg): This puts an exclamation mark on the fact that this isn’t a Reg D, which can be launched overnight. If you want to allow non-accredited investors to participate in a large or continuous private offering, and if you want the securities to be free of various restrictions (e.g. Rule 144 on Reg D), then you are going to need to allow for the time it takes to get audited, prepare the offering statement, and go through a 121 day avg SEC qualification process (though I know of several that have been much shorter, it seems to depends upon the experience of the lead attorney).

Broker-Dealer Activity, 17%: This is the most disturbing metric to me. You’d think that every broker-dealer in the country with “private placements” as an approved business line would be jumping on the bandwagon as Reg A is a fantastic Reg D alternative. But they’re not. The reasons, from my experience, are…

  1. Brokers think Reg A’s are IPO’s. As such they expect the issuers to be mature companies that are ready to trade on OTC or NASDAQ. This is completely misguided, of course, as Reg A is simply an “unrestricted (private) security” and should not be confused with an S-1 filing IPO. The fact that it “can” trade on OTC or NASDAQ doesn’t mean it should. Brokers need to view this as a private placement, not an IPO.
  2. FINRA treats Reg A’s like IPO’s. As such they are limiting broker compensation to the same caps as an S-1 of a less risky mature company backed by far more detailed disclosures and easy settlement mechanisms. We hear from many brokers that FINRA’s comp-caps make it impossible for them to justify the risk or work involved in handling a Reg A, so they pass on these; which leaves issuers (and investors) to fend for themselves.
  3. Compliance Education. The internal compliance depts at broker-dealers are not yet up to speed on this type of offering and so are quick to say “no” to deals their investment bankers bring to the table.
  4. Technology. Conducting an online offering is easy in concept, and challenging in execution. The transaction engine, the compliance requirements, the supervisory issues, and the fact that escrow has to manage potentially tens of thousands of individual investors are daunting issues.

Unintended Consequence: this is a situation where issuers could really use the guidance of a regulated broker-dealer, and the market and investors would be better for it. But regulators and compliance issues have caused issuers to say “no thanks, too much hassle, I’ll do this on my own.” In an age of General Solicitation, brokers are an optional expense/luxury as far as many companies are concerned, and with unclear or oppressive regulations they often (83% of the time) just skip it altogether.

Tier 1 Offerings, 40%. Stunning really, considering people filing under Tier 1 almost always have to get audited financials (as some states require them, e.g. CA), they have to pay filing fees that they could avoid with Tier 2, and they subject themselves to what can be extraordinarily painful “merit review” by some states.

Equity/Debt, 97% to 13%. This is a misleading metric and doesn’t really explain what’s happening or what investors are buying (in successful offerings). For instance, the equity sold in the Reg A’s for Realty Mogul* and American Homeowners Preservation* pay investors a defined income stream and have articulated exit mechanisms; Brewdog* investors feel they are buying into a culture; Elio Motor’s* fans (oh, I mean “investors”) were passionate about the concept and the mission; Fig* investors are excited about the games and projects. So the vast majority of successful Reg A’s have some sort of defined returns and/or benefits for investors that make them more than just equity securities being bought based upon technical merits and potential market gains. It’s critical that issuers, brokers and others in this market grasp this essential point, as we’ve seen several Reg A’s fail that did not do a good job with this.

Test The Waters, 20%. This isn’t surprising, as the current method of testing the waters is clearly broken. This will be fixed with technology and the number will increase.

In summary, it’s apparent that 2016 was a fantastic first year for Reg A+. With continued education, with more issuers successfully raising funds, and with the new Reg CF now taking care of the smallest, least-prepared issuers, it seems clear that the use of Reg A will grow exponentially in the coming years.

YayYo Obtained Financing for its Fleet of Cars

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YayYo, Inc. Announces it has obtained financing for its fleet of cars that will be operating under YayYo’s Ridesharing Platform, RideYayYo in Los Angeles

RideYayYo will be launching in LA County soon; it will offer drivers guaranteed salary, benefits, flexible shifts, along with a brand-new car to take home as part of the benefits.

LOS ANGELES June 19, 2017 YayYo, Inc., the leading app providing smartphone metasearch for ridesharing services, today announced it has received fleet financing for its fleet of vehicles, RideYayYo will debut its fleet throughout LA County this summer.

RideYayYo will provide LA residents with the riding experience the city now lacks due to old cars with untrained drivers. Users requesting a ride from RideYayYo will be greeted by a professionally trained driver in a brand new car with enhanced features for riders.

“We are excited after months of negotiation to be able to secure financing at favorable terms to make it possible for YayYo to launch the RideYayYo service faster into the Los Angeles greater area. ”Stated Ramy El-Batrawi, CEO “This is an exciting time for YayYo.”

RideYayYo transcends the traditional rideshare model through its unique opportunity for drivers. RideYayYo will supply drivers with new cars that can be taken home, alongside enhanced training, guaranteed pay with benefits, insurance, and a path to employee-ownership. With flexible shifts and an innovative customer-centric approach, drivers with RideYayYo can be assured a consistent income without having to worry about extraneous fees such as tolls, insurance, and car payments that come with driving for other services.

Those interested in driving for RideYayYo can fill out an application by visiting the website www.drive4yayo.com.

The Company was also recently qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission for a Regulation A+ Initial Public Offering to raise gross proceeds of $50 million. Interested investors can purchase shares directly at www.YayYoIpo.com.

Media contact:
Ramy El-batrawi
310-926-2643
info@yayyo.com

YayYo Goes Public Under Regulation A+

September 12, 2017 by  
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YayYo is has gone gone public under Regulation A+ at $8 a share. Information about the offering is available at www.yayyoipo.com. Ramy El-Batrawi founded YayYo in June of last year. His vision of a metasearch for the transportation industry will be launched in the nest few months. Mr. El-Batrawi started the company with a simple idea, to be able to compare prices and distance of rideshare operators, one year later it is becoming a reality.

YayYo is a single sign-on metasearch app for your smartphone that provides price comparison and booking of eventually all available ridesharing and taxi services along with select limousine and public transportation services. YayYo offers all the convenience you expect plus unique benefits and conveniences not available from Uber, Lyft or taxi services alone.

YayYo benefits;

  • Single sign-on across all service platforms
  • Complete access to your transportation needs
  • Transparent interface with ride service providers allowing you to access all the features you now use
  • Lowest available price guarantee
  • Complete access; assure service in a city not serviced by traditional ridesharing companies
  • Diverse payment options including credit cards, debit cards and PayPal
  • Loyalty rewards program

YayYo will provide a ‘Kayak-style’ metasearch experience for the ridesharing world by enabling real-time transportation quote and comparison options as well as a seamless, multiservice provider-booking engine. With YayYo, users only have to sign up for one app one time and instantly gain the benefit of mobile, one- tap order efficiency from a growing list of popular on demand ridesharing services. Users can request the most affordable ride (Yay!) and YayYo ensures the correct car arrives every time (Yo!). YayYo handles all the necessary customer support and accounts for rider pain-points such as surge pricing while comparing quotes. Furthermore, YayYo will provide every rider with an engaging, geo-relevant entertainment experience including additional cost saving benefits and relevant information and offerings to users.

YayYo is developing a consolidated quote retrieval platform with a merchant processing layer that resides atop existing ridesharing platforms such as Uber, Lyft, Via, Curb, Flywheel, Gett, Juno, Hailo and Didi. Many of these platforms do not offer direct or complete API access; thus, the technical barrier to entry is steep. YayYo is developing and the creating our own proprietary APIs and Android virtualization technology. YayYo will be fully capable of remotely and autonomously operating ridesharing user accounts on behalf of YayYo users – the first single-sign-on solution for the growing ridesharing & transportation economy.
The YayYo App is like a travel assistant. We are changing the way users commute by doing the work for them. By setting their preferences in their profile when they download the app, YayYo will book rides for them that are filtered to match exactly what they want. No searching, no guessing, no opening multiple apps to see if they’re getting the best deal. YayYo will do it for them. If they want the cheapest ride every time, YayYo will book that for them, If they want the ride closest to them YayYo will get that instead. This app is made to make things easier for users and gives them the peace of mind knowing that their saving money while getting them where they need to go how they want to get there.

What makes YayYo different from other apps is that we approached this from a users perspective. We aggregate your favorite ways of commuting, and integrated that into our technology, while making the app simple to navigate. By leveraging elements that most users are already familiar with, we give users the benefit of seeing multiple service providers from one app. The best thing about YayYo is that users only need a YayYo account and they will have access to every provider in our app. So no more logging into multiple accounts and keeping track of multiple receipts and different trips, YayYo keeps track of all of that for them, and they can access it from one location within the YayYo app or website dashboard. Along with only needing a YayYo account, is that we offer a rewards program that lets them acquire Yaymiles points with every trip they take that can be redeemed for ride fare discounts and free rides within the YayYo app.

YayYo, Inc. Announces Initial Public Offering

September 12, 2017 by  
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YayYo, Inc., www.YayYoIpo.com the first app providing smartphone metasearch applications for ridesharing services, announced that the Securities and Exchange Commission, as of March 17, 2017, qualified the Company’s Regulation A+ Initial Public Offering at $8 per share, to raise gross proceeds of $50 million.

Under Regulation A+ the public can buy shares directly from the company at www.YayYoIpo.com. Link to IPO commercial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yua0CMJXK4Y

According to YayYo Founder and CEO Ramy El-Batrawi, the Company started in June of last year to fulfill the vision of a metasearch for the transportation industry that he anticipates will be launched in the next few months. “The initial idea was simple,” said Mr. El-Batrawi. “I wanted users to be able to readily compare prices and distance of rideshare and other transportation operators, and now it is becoming a reality.”

About YayYo, Inc.

YayYo is a single sign-on metasearch app for smartphones that provides price comparison and booking of eventually all available ridesharing and taxi services along with select limousine and public transportation services. YayYo offers all the convenience users expect plus unique benefits and conveniences not available from Uber, Lyft or taxi services alone.

As the first single-sign-on solution for the growing ridesharing & transportation economy,
YayYo will provide a ‘Kayak-style’ metasearch experience for the ridesharing world by enabling real-time transportation quote and comparison options as well as a seamless, multiservice provider-booking engine. With YayYo, users only need to sign up for one app one time and instantly gain the benefit of mobile, one-tap order efficiency from a growing list of popular on demand ridesharing services.

This app is built to make things easier for users and gives them peace of mind knowing that they are saving money while getting them where they need to go how they want to get there.

We give users the benefit of seeing multiple service providers from one app. The best thing about YayYo is that users only need a YayYo account and they will have access to every provider on our app.

YayYo will also be offering a rewards program that lets users acquire Yaymiles points with every trip they take that can be redeemed for ride fare discounts and free rides within the YayYo app.

Contact
Ramy El-Batrawi at 310-734-7134
ramy@yayyo.com

www.yayyoipo.com