How I went to Philly…

A very good friend of mine got herself into Peace Corps and today departed for Mozambique for two years. We meet every few months and knowing that she’d be gone for two years I definitely wanted to see her before she leaves. The Peace Corps orientation was in Philadelphia, and so I went to Philly […] Read more »

Microsoft sponsors free London taxi Wi-Fi service

Interesting news from London via Telecompaper: UK taxi advertising company Ubiquitous and technology supplier Track4Services have launched CabConnect, a free Wi-Fi service in London taxis. The launch customer is Microsoft, which is promoting the Microsoft for Business mobile hub in a three-month trial with 225 branded cabs. Passengers can access Microsoft for Business to learn […] Read more »

Being a serious student…

Current taxi app-related discussions on the internet give everybody a great opportunity to study our business. You can see what customers want, read different opinions and decide where you are. You can then integrate these points into your marketing to connect better with your customers and advertise your taxi service better. Best of all, it’s […] Read more »

I told you so…

In my free article How To Make A Taxi Business Profitable I wrote: Most taxi companies provide “one size fits all” service to all of its customers. The owner of the taxi business fails to see and understand that he has several different groups of customers and that different customers have different needs. That’s exactly […] Read more »