- Vehicle management app Caura – set up by former Apple employee Sai Lakshmi – has just launched in the UK.
- The firm recently raised close to $2 million in seed funding after being backed by angel investors with backgrounds at McKinsey and Apple.
- Business Insider got an exclusive look at the pitch deck Caura used to bring investors on board.
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A new app designed to help motorists to deal with their vehicle admin, including everything from tax to parking tickets, has just launched in the UK.
Caura, founded by former Apple business development manager Dr Sai Lakshmi in 2019, is working to take the hassle out of car ownership, providing a one-stop shop to log tax renewals, parking tickets, car insurance, congestion charges, and more.
According to the firm’s own estimates, based on FOI requests lodged with the UK government, British motorists lose