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Addison Lee CEO Dishes On Uber, Travel Tech

Posted on November 11, 2016

LONDON -- Stepping into the offices of Addison Lee in central London, you find a hive of activity – a huge screen showing thousands of Addison Lee drivers dotted around London, rolling news reports, traffic monitors and call center employees keeping the 40-year-old ground transport company on the road.

At the back, in a glass-fronted office, is chief executive Andy Boland, who is quick to point out the difference between Addison Lee and other start-up providers that compete with traditional suppliers such as his.

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