Technology

Twin Cities Businessman Starts Ride App The Limo Way

Posted on July 27, 2016

The convenience of calling a ride with just a few taps on the phone on the popular ride-hailing app appealed to Jeff Lundquist. That gave him an idea: Why not take the convenience of Uber to the luxurious and professional world of limousines?

So he made an app to do just that. Lundquist recruited two full-time programmers who developed the app for his web-based real estate company, Homegevity. He used his existing office space and his own money to fund the development phase. And in March, Call Limo was born.

Minneapolis Star-Tribune article here

Related Topics: apps, entrepreneurship, Minnesota operators, on-demand service, startup, TNCs, vehicle apps

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