The luxury chauffeured service plans to speed up growth, develop new technologies, and hire 60+ employees.
The global chauffeured luxury app portal has been doubling its revenue year over year as it grows airport transfer service.
The New Jersey-based company wants to compete in the growing TNC market.
The integration allows users to book services in more than 1,000 cities worldwide alongside other transportation choices.
Mike Remedios is tasked with transforming the app-driven chauffeured service network.
BusBank made a move to keep their business modern.
A premium ride-hailing application offering chauffeur driven cars has relaunched, with a license to operate until 2023.
Skedaddle is like Groupon for buses, allowing riders to book long-distance trips via an app.
Zorrane Abdeali of Autosist wants to help operators keep up-to-date with an audio interview program.
The product saves fleet operations time and improves communication and accuracy when managing drivers.
The company now operates in more than 50 countries, 250 cities. and 500 airports.
JIM LUFF: We should be taking cues from other industries on the number one expectation of customers: Convenience.
This partnership creates a single business travel platform to meet the demands of corporate clients worldwide.
The world's No. 1 online marketplace and trader for professional chauffeured and chartered vehicles, including all types of motorcoaches, buses, vans, stretch limousines, sedans, SUVs, exotics, and classics. New and used vehicles are available from sellers across the nation.
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