In a developing society where one is finding ways to differ from the traditional business models and make millions of dollars/euros out of it.
A company that goes by the name “Uber” is putting taxis out of service, all over the world. With their incredibly easy to navigate technology and economically friendly prices
“Uber” has gained immense popularity and is now considered by many, the future of transportation. But if it is so revolutionary, what are we waiting for?
If you were to ask British writer and broadcaster Mary Dejevsky, what we should be most concerned about is the doubly locked out, poorer or older people.