Blacklane Plans IPO Within Three Years

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Posted on May 1, 2019
Blacklane's Brisbane office (Photo: Blacklane)

Blacklane's Brisbane office (Photo: Blacklane)

DUBAI --- German chauffeur service Blacklane is planning an initial public offering (IPO) in the next three years, its chief executive told Reuters, as it strives to build its position in the fast-growing premium taxi market.

Any flotation would follow those of larger ride-hailing rivals. U.S. group Lyft listed last month with a valuation of $24.3 billion, while Uber is planning an IPO that values the company at $80.5-$91.5 billion.

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