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TNCs, Chauffeured Services May Link Up Sooner Than Thought

Posted on July 20, 2016

DENVER, Col. --- A feisty conversation between Lyft chief business officer David Baga and Scott Solombrino, president and CEO of Dav El / BostonCoach, at GBTA Convention 2016 July 19 showed the tension travel managers face in making the case for a more inclusive travel policy involving the sharing economy.

At one point, Solombrino went off script and spilled the beans: He had been approached by Lyft to potentially build a partnership between his car service and their ridesharing network, and had been rebuffed by Lyft when it came to instituting full duty of care standards.

Skift.com item here

Related Topics: BostonCoach, business travel, corporate business, corporate travel, GBTA, Global Business Travel Association, Lyft, on-demand service, Scott Solombrino

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