Taxibeat is a groundbreaking smartphone application that transforms the process of hailing a taxi into a direct marketplace between taxi drivers and passengers. Taxibeat enables passengers to locate nearby taxi drivers and hail the driver they prefer, based on distance, user ratings, car model and on-board amenities, at no additional cost. All this information is made available to the passenger through the app.Taxibeat is available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms and online.

Taxibeat commenced its operations in Athens in May 2011, and has since expanded its operation both in Greece and abroad.

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Michael Sflctos

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Duffy Sardo

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In total, TaxiBeat had raised $6.8 m. TaxiBeat is a subsidiary of Daimler

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Daimler’s MyTaxi acquires Greece’s Taxibeat for undisclosed amount

Greek taxi hailing app Taxibeat has been acquired by German competitor MyTaxi, which is owned by Daimler. No financials have been disclosed. Taxibeat, founded in 2011 in Athens, operates throughout Greece and has a small Latin American foothold with operations in Peru. To date it has raised around $…

Daimler’s MyTaxi acquires Greek rival Taxibeat to take on Uber in Europe

MyTaxi, the Germany-based etaxi company, has snapped up Greek rival Taxibeat for an undisclosed amount. Founded in 2009, MyTaxi is an Uber-like service that connects taxis with riders. It was acquired by automotive giant Daimler in 2014 and today claims 10 million downloads across 50 European cities…

Daimler close to buying Taxibeat in Greece for around $43M

 Automakers are continuing to ramp up their holdings in the world of on-demand transportation services, and in the latest development, Germany’s Daimler is closing in on a deal to acquire Taxibeat, a profitable ride-hailing app based out of Athens, for a price of around €40 million ($43 million). Th…

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