Juan De Antonio

  • Current company Cabify
  • Location Spain
  • Industry Mobility & Supply Chain

Juan de Antonio is the founder of Cabify. He studied Electronic Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. After graduating, he worked optimizing data networks before working at BCG as a strategy consultant. He then received a Fulbright scholarship to obtain an MBA from Stanford University. Upon completing the degree, he worked as Business Development Director for Zero Motorcycles, a California based motorcycles company, where he helped raise nearly US$20M. After helping drive Zero’s success, Juan’s own entrepreneurial instincts kicked into gear.

About Cabify

Hailing a taxi the old way in Spain and Latin America is often inefficient and difficult. Across Latin America in particular, taxis are unreliable and unsafe while black cars are expensive. Meanwhile, drivers face fluctuating salaries, depending on an unpredictable stream of passengers. With Cabify, a mobile app that connects users with drivers, users can book a car in advance, know the journey’s price ahead of time, and enjoy a quality experience. Operating in Spain, Chile, Peru and Mexico, Cabify aims to push the pedal to the metal and expand rapidly in the region over the coming years.

News related to Juan De Antonio


January 22, 2018 — Maxi Mobility Inc., holding company of Cabify and Easy, announced the closing of a


The Madrid-based Cabify, founded by Juan De Antonio, secured a new round of funding led by Japanese ecommerce giant Rakuten and Seaya Ventures. With

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