MAY LCT: Leaders of the largest chauffeured transportation networks explain how they size up potential affiliates.
David Seelinger, Scott Solombrino and Gary Kessler will advise limo operators during the 2015 International LCT Show.
The trade group contracts with a high-profile public relations firm to get the truth out about limousine services versus TNCs.
The pivotal decision sets a positive legal precedent for limousine companies based on the independent operator business model.
The industry leaders will explain how TNCs affect your operations and what the NLA is doing on your behalf.
Marc Martine had served as senior vice president of BostonCoach for eight years, overseeing company wide operations.
The interview features the CEO of Dav El/BostonCoach discussing how Uber has changed the limo industry and what operators can expect.
The new app-based Uber service would allow corporate travelers to book rides and get billed via travel management software.
JULY LCT: Travel procurement experts emphasize how chauffeured service vendors must get into the nitty-gritty of specifics to win corporate RFPs.
JULY EDITOR'S COLUMN: Three industry trends talked about at the LCTSummit will rewire the inner workings of chauffeured transportation.
The groundbreaking, one-of-a-kind panel discussion will offer valuable information to operators attending the Miami Beach event.
APRIL LCT NEWS STORY: Operators nationwide got up to speed on key regulatory issues affecting their businesses.
The BostonCoach/Dav El deal could be the latest in a mounting wave of mergers and company sales as limo operations position for future growth.
Marcou Transportation Group’s premium chauffeured transportation platform will have more than 3,000 employees, 1,700 company-owned vehicles, and $250 million in annual revenues.
A $40 minimum statewide charge is seen as way to maintain levele playing field of taxi, livery business