Topic: Hailo

How Lyft's CEO Plans to Overtake Uber in the Ride-Sharing Race

Logan Green's triumphant return to SXSW

Hey, look. There's that Zimride dude, Logan Green, in the South by Southwest program. Remember him? How did he get there? For those of you who happened to meet Green during…

Uber Debuts Taxi App in South Korea, but Is It Legal?

Plagued by regulatory concerns

Taxi app company Uber continues to make inroads in Asian markets, signing up independent cab drivers in Seoul, South Korea, despite regulatory pushback from the country's transport ministry and local…

Lyft Hopes to Accelerate With First Integrated Ad Campaign

Ride-sharing mobile app targets two western cities

For the next three months, Lyft will run digital and out-of-home advertising in hopes of capturing a greater foothold in San Diego and Denver. It's the brand's first campaign that…

Hailo Goes Guerilla to Take On Uber and Lyft as Ride-Sharing War Heats Up

Debuts campaign in NYC, Chicago and Toronto

Hailo, which helps consumers flag taxis, is embarking on a guerilla marketing campaign today in New York, Chicago and Toronto. For each city, the mobile app has hired a team…

GetTaxi Nabs Another $150 Million in Funding

Ride-share apps are booming, and there's infighting

GetTaxi—a consumer taxi app that has seen success in cities in Israel, Russia and the U.K.—launched in the United States this week, in New York, and secured an additional $150…