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iCars Gains Traction In Limo Industry With Upcoming Webinars

Martin Romjue
Posted on August 21, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO -- Limo operators will get a chance next week to learn about new business opportunities through iCars, which has emerged as a viable limousine industry competitor to Uber. 

The up-and-running app-platform has plans to grow into other major cities beyond its San Francisco base. Due to strong intitial demand, iCars has added free webinars throughout the week of Aug. 24-28. DETAILS AND REGISTRATION HERE.

The patented iCars technology enables legal, licensed and fully vetted limousine operators to compete with Uber by offering safe and reliable on-demand service that clients are seeking. 

Related LCT article: iCars Debuts New Industry On-Demand And Reservation App

Webinar presenter Dan Shifrin has a long history in ground transportation and media. After an early career in financial services, Dan set out on his own and in cooperation with 3M invented the Autowrap, a product that is used to promote products and services by wrapping vehicles in advertising. After a successful exit, Dan joined Zipcar, where he was responsibility for launching markets across North America and developing their B2B product. After the company went public and was bought by Avis, Dan joined Limos.com and was responsible for selling their B2B platform and onboarding Fortune 500 companies.

Related Topics: apps, building your clientele, business opportunities, client markets, iCars, industry education, mobile applications, mobile technology, staying competitive, web marketing

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Ron Abbott

     | about 3 years ago

    Overwhelming demand? Why not overwhelming spam? I would venture a guess and say you have a piece of this app otherwise I would not have gotten 3 (!) emails in the last week about it. And Shifrin? The man Pando called a low rent Travis Kalanick? You seem to have left out his app that tried selling legal parking spaces until SF banned him and his nonsense. Nice guy.

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