Articles tagged “car service”

Traditional Car Services Won’t Disappear From Corporate Travel Anytime Soon

Traditional Car Services Won’t Disappear From Corporate Travel Anytime Soon

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

While ridesharing has gained solid traction in corporate travel, the business model of traditional car services providing ground transportation to companies is still strong. What remains to be seen is whether car services will widely adopt more user-friendly interfaces for hailing cars on demand.

3 years ago

Uber’s delicate dance with legality is now an art form

Uber is obviously feeling some competitive heat, which is necessitating its expansion into ride-sharing.

6 years ago

Four Seasons adds complimentary Wi-Fi to house cars and limos

Four Seasons is putting hotels that still charge for basic Wi-Fi to shame and sending the message that they know what business travelers want by adding wireless connection to its car services.

7 years ago

What Uber’s ridership data can reveal about a city’s work versus play habits

Uber’s data breakdown provides an interesting comparison for American cities, but it’s difficult to truly extrapolate the data since the majority of any cities’ transportation users don’t rely on the car service.

7 years ago

New ground service app goes up against Uber and Limos.com

Sure, ground service is a crowded marked, but Sedan Magic comes fromt he mind of a man who sold a company to Concur and learned what it takes to deliver a consistent service to high-quality clients across a variety of markets.

7 years ago