Riding is a big part of your day-to-day lives, so why not make the experience a good one, a safe one and a reliable one? Cabify makes sure their customers - passengers and drivers - enjoy the ride. Charging a fair price, improving your door-to-door journey, making transport accessible to all are just some of the things Cabify prioritizes. Why? Because they believe that by making transport better, they can make their cities and communities better too.
Cabify returns to Barcelona with a workaround for ride-hailing wait limits
TechCrunch - Mar 7, 2019
Ten Things The Rest Of The World Can Learn From Spain's Taxi Strike
Forbes - Feb 4, 2019
Latin America is the next stage in the race for dominance in the ride-hailing market
TechCrunch - Sep 7, 2018
Uber and Cabify pause services in Barcelona after taxi strike turns violent
TechCrunch - Jul 26, 2018
Spain’s Cabify ‘categorically denies’ that it is in negotiations for a full or partial sale to Lyft
TechCrunch - Jul 6, 2018
Bogota taxi drivers on strike over Uber, Cabify
Washington Post - Oct 24, 2017
Thousands of Bogota Taxi Drivers Protest Uber, Cabify and Higher Costs
U.S. News & World Report - Oct 23, 2017
Low-Cost Helicopters, a Growing Transport Segment in Sao Paulo
Latin American Herald Tribune - Oct 20, 2017
Ride-Share Firm Cabify Said to Seek Funding, Sign Latam Deal
Bloomberg - Jun 16, 2017
Cabify nets $100M to take on Uber in Latin America, reportedly raising $400M more
TechCrunch - May 9, 2017
- Juan Garcia, CFO & Country CEO
- Juan De Antonio, Co-Founder, CEO
- Sam Lown, CTO
- Gerardo Reategui, CEO, Peru
- Agustin Guilisasti, CEO, Chile
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