Taxify is the biggest European ridesharing platform, connecting over 10 million passengers and 500 thousand drivers in over 25 countries. Taxify believes that happy drivers lead to happy riders. Their advantage over other ridesharing apps is providing better conditions and lower commissions to drivers, to ensure great rides for passengers. The company was launched in August 2013 in Tallinn, Estonia.
Taxify rebrands as Bolt to expand its transport options beyond private cars
TechCrunch - Mar 6, 2019
4 Reasons Kenyan Women Are Afraid Of Using Taxify
techmoran - Jan 11, 2019
Europe’s ride-hailing companies aren’t scared of Uber
TechCrunch - Nov 29, 2018
Stop comparing me to your mom’s standard-Actress, Dolapo Fapson
allure - Nov 27, 2018
24-hour flash sale: Get 2-for-1 Innovator passes to Disrupt Berlin 2018
TechCrunch - Nov 5, 2018
Europe’s most popular ride-hailing service is launching e-scooters
TechCrunch - Oct 29, 2018
Taxify and Via drive to Disrupt Berlin
TechCrunch - Oct 8, 2018
Taxify announces Driver Destinations feature to help boost driver earnings
techmoran - Sep 11, 2018
Taxify is entering the e-scooter game
TechCrunch - Sep 5, 2018
Taxify to ramp up funding for its East Africa biz
pitchbook - Aug 10, 2018
Taxify challenges Uber with generous driver pay deals
ft - Jun 14, 2018
- Markus Villig, CEO & Co-founder
- Oliver Leisalu, Co-Founder/CTO
- Martin Villig, Co-Founder
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