The idea of door-to-door travel in the corporate world gets a step further today as Cabforce opens up to travel management companies and corporates via a deal with Amadeus.
Malaysian taxi drivers have been rated the worst in the world, and that’s not fair, according to this travel tech startup.
Yesterday Washington DC became the first US city to be targeted by MyTaxi, which is Germany’s most used mobile app for booking taxis.
TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring Dublin and Beijing based Pombai, a transportation marketplace for Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
TaxiForSure.com, a car rental and taxi aggregator operating in Bangalore, India, raised venture capital funding from Accel Partners, Helion Venture Partners and Blume Ventures.
Limos.com brought in a new CEO, Ann Hoey, who will be adding some estrogen to the testosterone-ravaged top ranks of the online and mobile ground-transportation industry.
Peer-to-peer marketplace iStopOver partnered with Limos.com to give consumers the option of booking a private car with their short-term apartment or vacation rental.
Orbitz for Business and Limos.com are now giving road warriors the ability to book black cars and limousines through the online travel agency’s corporate booking tool.