Uber rival Taxify demoted its UK chief and is raising new funding as it tries to relaunch in London
Estonian ride-hailing company Taxify is a younger competitor to Uber which has grown quickly by focusing on eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa.
The company launched in London as its first Western European market in September but was quickly shut down by the local regulator Transport for London over licensing questions.
Taxify has hired former Gett CMO Rich Pleeth to oversee its new London licensing application and to help its European expansion.
Pleeth is helping the firm raise new funds to fuel its international growth.
Taxify, an Estonian cab-hailing company that rivals Uber, has demoted its UK boss and is in the process of raising …read more
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