Hailo Founder & CEO in Toronto for interviews to mark app's North American debut
TORONTO, Sept. 25, 2012 /CNW/ - The taxi landscape in Toronto will be changed on Wednesday, September 26 with the official launch of the first city-licensed app-based taxi company: Hailo. With Hailo, Torontonians can book and pay for a taxi with two taps on the screen of their smartphone - at the same rate as a regular taxi ride.
Hailo launched in London, England, and with more than 400,000 downloads and 2,000 five-star reviews on the iTunes app store, it is the world's largest taxi app. The Toronto launch marks Hailo's first foray into North America.
|What:||Interviews about Hailo and the role of technology in the city's taxi industry. Interviews can cover:|
| ● Why Toronto's taxi industry is broken, and how technology can fix it
● The need for innovative solutions to today's transportation issues
● The advantages of an app-based taxi system for passengers and drivers
|Who:||Jay Bregman, Founder and CEO, Hailo|
|Justin Raymond, President, Hailo Canada|
|Russell Hall and Louis Seta, Hailo Driver Partners|
|When:||Wednesday, September 26, 2012|
|Where:||Interviews can be conducted on-site at the Hailo office located at 219 Queen Street East. Hailo taxis and drivers will be available for photo / video needs. Interviews can also be conducted on location or by telephone.|
SOURCE: Hailo Network Canada
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