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Chicago Bus Company Acquires A Tech Startup

Posted on August 1, 2018
As people’s expectations for quick and easy services have gotten higher with the arrival of Uber and Airbnb, BusBank needed to find a way to be innovative again and simplify how people did business with them.
As people’s expectations for quick and easy services have gotten higher with the arrival of Uber and Airbnb, BusBank needed to find a way to be innovative again and simplify how people did business with them.

A Chicago-based charter bus company that’s been around for more than 15 years has, like many other long-standing and established corporations, made moves to remain tech-forward as consumers increasingly want to use the internet and their phones to get things done.

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