The Next Web asked high-growth companies to tell the data-backed story on how key decisions were made, which growth hacks led to the much loved hockey stick curve, and how this impacted their company. Blacklane Co-Founder and CEO Jens Wohltorf shares the story of how Blacklane went from one city to over 250 round the world.
Business travellers visiting major cities in Asia-Pacific now have the ability to book English-speaking, commercially licensed and insured drivers through professional driver service Blacklane.
Unlike TNC executives, Blacklane’s director of affiliate management Carsten Kahner walks the talk and actually visits companies who want to become affiliates — and that’s pretty cool. His team has traveled to more than 20 countries and met with more than 500 of the company’s local partners.
The new service areas include 24 Chinese cities, such as Beijing and Nanjing, and five Japanese cities including Osaka and Nagoya.
Newark Liberty International Airport taxi fares carry the highest premium over base fares, according to research from ride-booking service Blacklane that examined fares from the 30 busiest U.S. airports to the nearest major city center.