Khalti, one of the emerging payment gateway of Nepal and Tootle, a bike hailing service in Nepal, has signed an agreement to make bike hailing service more feasible in the country.
The agreement was signed between Mr. Amit Agarwal, Director of Khalti and Mr. Sixit Bhatta, CEO of Tootle. This current partnership will allow Khalti users to top-up their Tootle balance without any hassle and obstruction. On top of that, marking the occasion, Tootle users who top-up their Tootle balance via Khalti will get a 5% off on both Tootle and Khalti app.
Talking about this partnership, Mr. Agarwal stated, “We are glad to be partnering with an innovative bike ride-sharing app like Tootle and provide users to top-up their Tootle balance easily using Khalti. Mobility and payments are common problems in Nepal. This collaboration is focused on jointly solving these problems.
Further, if we work together, it will bring synergy to both the companies. This partnership will spread vibes that young entrepreneurs and startups should come together and work together to build a world-class ecosystem.
We are confident that our users will be delighted with their Tootle experience. We are always committed to providing more value to our users, and will be adding many more features and services on Khalti very soon.”
Likewise, Mr. Sixit Bhatta also stated, “In Nepal, just a few years ago, it was uncommon to get access to transportation or payment via digital platforms. But the landscape of smart mobile technology has been rising and apps like Tootle and Khalti are ready to soar high. The user growth and enthusiasm has also been astounding. Furthermore, I believe brands like Tootle and Khalti synergize each other because of a variety of things in common, for instance, primary target market being one. This partnership with Khalti gives both the brands a terrific opportunity to move fast and stand out in the mobile business space.”