Easy Taxi

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Easy Taxi is a taxi application that allows people to easily book a taxi and track it in real time. It connects passengers and taxi drivers through Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry devices. It also serves businesses and corporate users through Easy Taxi PRO and Easy Taxi Corporate applications. The company's mission is to convince a new generation of taxi drivers and passengers that using the platform will help reduce traffic and improve mobility. It was founded in 2011 and is based in São Paulo, Brazil.

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Fintech was about going digital, why are challenger banks addicted to plastic cards?

4 months ago

Contxto – Some might think that the story of fintech in Latin America is that of an underdog: A rebellious bunch of disruptors playing by their own rules and trying to conquer a game as old as time. However, the most recent strategy adopted by challenger banks doesn’t portray them as dissidents – in fact, […]

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Beat is ready to compete for the Mexican private transport market, challenges other platforms’ margins

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Contxto – Talk about risk-taking – last Wednesday, Beat became the latest company to join Mexico’s on-demand transportation industry. Now, Beat plans to recruit ten times more drivers in Mexico City than any other city in Latin America. Company officials want to turn the megalopolis into their largest, most important market. How will Beat accomplish this […]

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Given the Fuel Shortage in Mexico, Cabify and EasyTaxi Partner Up

2 years ago

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