23May

Bloomin’ Brilliant!

Thomas Paisley (far left) has won Kabbee’s Flower Show social media competition

Thomas Paisley (far left) has won Kabbee’s Flower Show social media competition

For each journey booked via Kabbee to and from the Chelsea Flower Show this year, we donated £1 to the Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT), supporting it on its mission to save Britain’s bees from decline. In total, 116 Kabbee journeys were made to and from the venue this year, resulting in a grand donation of £116 to the Bumblebee Conservation Trust.

In conjunction with this campaign, Kabbee launched a social media competition to help promote the charity initiative, whereby people were encouraged to share the initiative with their friends and followers, to help raise awareness in support of the BBCT.

The lucky winner, Thomas Paisley, received tickets for the next RHS Flower Show on 8-13th July, at Hampton Court Palace.

We spoke to Tom to see what he gets up to in his spare time; Tom was born and raised in London and is very fond of travelling and exploring London for its quaint bars and restaurants. He loves all things digital and technology based and works as a Digital Marketing consultant, as well as owning a small business. Tom has one sibling and aspires to buy a family home in Dulwich in the near future.

The 23 year-old from Croydon in South London, commented on winning the tickets; “I’m delighted that I have won the tickets for the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show as it is one of those calendar events that I have always wanted to attend, and is the perfect occasion to spend time with my mum. I know how much demand there is for tickets, so I’m considering myself very lucky.”

“It’s great to see that Kabbee are working to support charities such as the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, and I will be happy to support any future charity initiatives that Kabbee is involved with.”

He also commented on his experience with Kabbee;I’ve had a great experience using Kabbee, it’s such an easy to use app. I found the right cab for me every time I’ve used it, and always receive such a friendly service. I highly recommend it.”

Kabbee also has future plans to support the BBCT charity, once again by donating £1 for every journey made to and from the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show between 8th and 13th July.

23May

Press release: Kabbee Reveals New Provocative Advertising Campaign

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Kabbee’s Hyperlocal Campaign Shakes up Shoreditch

Kabbee, London’s leading licensed minicab comparison and booking app has launched a provocative hyperlocal advertising campaign instructing locals to ‘Get out of Shoreditch’.

The award-winning app aggregates 70 licensed minicab fleets throughout London, putting almost 10,000 minicabs at its users’ fingertips, giving them a range of options, including cheapest, closest, top-rated and premium minicabs to choose from.

Kabbee’s hundreds of thousands of users span every Greater London postcode, so the aim is to get the attention of each district, one at a time, and encourage them to explore more of London – via minicabs.

Campaign factfile

  • Date: 17th May – 1st June
  • Media owner: King Media
  • Location: Shoreditch High Street, EC2A 3EJ
  • Size: 100 metres squared

Kabbee’s Director of Marketing, Cristina Astorri comments on the campaign: We’re waiting with baited breath to see how Shoreditch lovers will react to our provocative advertising campaign.  People who spend a lot of time there often spend very little time anywhere else, so we would like to offer an alternative way to explore other new interesting places.”

Antidote’s Deputy Creative Director, Teddy Keen led the campaign, he comments: “This execution conveys Kabbee as an app that helps people explore more of London outside of the area they call home, in this case Shoreditch.“

“People who spend a lot of time in Shoreditch, often spend very little time anywhere else. Even those of us who love Shoreditch know that the place has become a cliché. It’s good to be reminded that there is a friendly escape button in the form of Kabbee.”

The thought-provoking out-of-home campaign will roll out across London over the next 12 months.

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For more information please contact the Kabbee press office at Sense Communications at kabbee@sensecommunications.co.uk or call 0203 551 3954.

Notes to Editor

About Kabbee:

  • Kabbee lets users instantly compare quotes from 70 leading London fleets – based on time, location and type of car – and then book and pay by cash, card or pre-paid account. This saves passengers time and money and increases fleet efficiency.
  • Kabbee was launched in June 2011 and has had around 400,000 app downloads to date.
  • Kabbee was recently named as a ‘Future 50 Brand’ by Real Business, for being one of Britain’s most exciting and disruptive new businesses.
  • Kabbee incentivises its users to earn credit with its Free Cabs programme. By simply sharing their referral code the user gets £10 free credit for any friend who makes their first new account booking and their friend will automatically get £10 free credit too! Please refer to full T&Cs.
22May

Press Release: Apart from babies, what else is left behind in minicabs?

What have you left in the back of a minicab?  No babies, we hope!

What have you left in the back of a minicab? No babies, we hope!

Apart from babies, what else is left behind in minicabs?

Kabbee reveals the top five items passengers leave behind

After hearing today’s news about the baby left on the back seat of a black cab, Kabbee, London’s leading licensed minicab app took it upon itself to find out what other items are regularly left behind in the back of minicabs.

The quick poll of Kabbee’s busiest minicabs fleets across London revealed the top five items that are left behind, they are:

1) Mobile phones

2) Wallets

3) Keys

4) Lingerie

5) Sunglasses

Every month thousands of minicabs across London are booked via the Kabbee app, so it’s vital that its hundreds of thousands of users feel assured they will enjoy the ride, each, and every, time, and leave with all their belongings.

Finn Geraghty, Kabbee’s Head of Fleet Performance, comments on the top five items found by fleets: “The moment a passenger gets into a minicab, they put a great amount of trust in that driver.  At Kabbee, we encourage all minicab drivers to remind passengers to check the back seat before the passenger leaves the vehicle, in the hope that no items, or children are left behind.

“Jokes aside, we put all licensed minicab firms through a tough 30-point check before they can provide quotes via the app – and one of them is to ensure they have a full and accurate lost property folder, so that in event that an item is left behind, it can be returned to its owner.”

Duncan Blackett Fleet Manager of Greater London Cars – a fleet on the Kabbee platform comments: “It’s actually quite shocking to hear about some of the items left in the back of cars – a big one is scarves and gloves in the colder months, but we’ve seen boxes of chocolates, and lingerie on a few occasions too.”

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For more information please contact the Kabbee press office at Sense Communications at Kabbee@sensecommunications.co.uk or call 0203 551 3954.

Notes to Editor

About Kabbee:

  • Kabbee lets users instantly compare quotes from 70 leading London fleets – based on time, location and type of car – and then book and pay by cash, card or pre-paid account. This saves passengers time and money and increases fleet efficiency.
  • Kabbee was launched in June 2011 and has had around 400,000 app downloads to date.
  • Kabbee was recently named as a ‘Future 50 Brand’ by Real Business, for being one of Britain’s most exciting and disruptive new businesses.
  • Kabbee incentivises its users to earn credit with its Free Cabs programme. By simply sharing their referral code the user gets £10 free credit for any friend who makes their first new account booking and their friend will automatically get £10 free credit too! Please refer to full T&Cs.
21May

‘Bee Kind’ to Nature and Win!

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All pots, no Peonies? How ‘Bee Kind’ is your garden? Win tickets and be inspired!

To remind  Londoners to do their best to make their gardens ‘Bee Kind‘, Kabbee has launched a campaign, whereby it will donate £1 for every journey booked via Kabbee to and from the fabulous (and fully booked) Chelsea Flower Show.*

As an official supporter of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Kabbee is keen to support the charity’s efforts to put a halt on the reducing bee population in the UK.

Lucy Rothstein, CEO of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, is delighted to receive the donations. She comments: ”What a brilliant way to generate support for our endangered bumblebees. We wish more companies like this would get involved raising funds for our important work.”

How Bee Kind is your Garden? Take the quiz here.

Win tickets**

We’re giving one lucky winner the chance to win 2 x tickets to the Royal Horticultural Society Hampton Court Palace Flower Show on 8-13th July. All you have to do is retweet or share the competition posts by Saturday 24th May at 3pm to be entered to win.  The winner will be announced on Wednesday 28th May 2014 via social media.

*From 11am on Wednesday 21st May, through to 10pm on Saturday 24th May 2014.

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Terms and conditions 

The competition includes a prize of two adult tickets to the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show from 8-13th July.  Entrants must have ‘shared’ the relevant post on Facebook, or retweeted the relevant tweet on twitter, as directed to be entered into the competition, before 3pm on Saturday 24th June 2014.

One winner will be selected at random by a Kabbee representative on Wednesday 28th May 2014, who will be notified via their social media channels.  Tickets will be sent direct to the winner’s chosen postal address.

20May

Luck of the Irish – Brendan bags pot of gold with Kabbee!

Kabbee partnered with Londonist to run an exclusive competition, to offer one lucky winner £250 credit to travel around the busy streets of London.

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The winner was Brendan Kenny, based in Willesden. We spoke to Brendan to find out how he’ll be spending his prize…

Brendan Kenny lives with his fiancée Maeve in Willesden, in the borough of Brent and moved there last August, from their home in Ireland. One of the main factors they considered when moving house was how accessible their location is to the city and the public transport nearby. They have a tube station and a regular night bus close to their home.

The soon-to-be-wed couple don’t often use minicabs due to the high prices back from the city – they are well accustomed to the traditional night bus journey, and have managed to blend in with the loud singing by groups of drunken teenagers, and beer bottles rolling up and down the top seating area of the bus. However, they do value the minicab services when travelling to and from the airport to visit their home in Ireland.

After winning £250 worth of Kabbee credit, Brendan tells us what he plans to do with it: “Without a car, it can be extremely difficult to get around, so this Kabbee credit is the perfect prize for us. Maeve and I can use this credit to get home quicker after our next few nights out – and we do enjoy a good night out. We’d expect the credit to last for at least a couple of months; it’ll probably depend on what far-flung parts of London we find ourselves in future.”

“I recently won another competition online, so myself and a few friends are going for a three course dinner with petit fours, cocktails and wine in Balthazar’s private dining room in Covent Garden. I’m sure the Kabbee credit will come in handy after a few glasses of wine!”

We checked back in with Brendan a few weeks later to see how he’s been spending his credit……

 “I’ve been making better use of the credit than I could have imagined – it’s been incredibly helpful when bringing home flat-packs from Ikea!”

 

 

20May

Press release: Kabbee Launches Initiative to Promote Positive Passenger Experience

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Kabbee’s ‘Star of the Month’ sticker is only awarded to the best drivers and fleet controllers – Peter Piper of Claremont Executive Cars is one of April’s Star of the Month winners

Kabbee Launches Initiative to Promote Positive Passenger Experience

Kabbee, London’s leading licensed minicab comparison and booking app has launched a new initiative to promote the most positive passenger experience possible, by rewarding the best minicab drivers and their fleets for being brilliant.

Every month thousands of minicabs across London are booked via the Kabbee app, so it’s vital that all users feel assured they will enjoy the ride, each, and every, time.  To ensure this is the case, Kabbee has launched its new ‘Star of the Month’ initiative, which will reward the top 10 best drivers and minicab office controllers, based on instant feedback from Kabbee users via the app. To read the feedback, visit Kabbee’s blog.

After each journey, passengers are prompted to rate their journey for punctuality, the vehicle and the driver.  At the end of each month, the top 10 performing drivers receive £200 each, and the top performing fleet is rewarded £1000 to share between the controllers.

Drivers that have been recognised as ‘Star of the Month’ will proudly display the official Kabbee sticker inside the vehicle.  To incentivise feedback, each month two passengers that rater their journey will win £50 each, and two lots of £50 will also be given to the best two ‘selfies’ taken with a minicab driver when tweeted to @Kabbee using the hashtag #stardriver.

Kabbee’s CEO & Founder, Justin Peters, shares the reasons behind launching the ‘Star of the Month’ scheme: “The sheer volume of minicab journeys being booked via Kabbee has prompted the launch of our ‘Star of the Month’ campaign – it’s so important for us to be constantly improving the service we offer. 

To ensure safety and quality, we put all licensed minicab firms through a tough 30-point check before they can provide quotes via the app.  Once a fleet has been granted access to the Kabbee platform, they work extremely hard to stay there, by ensuring they provide a positive passenger experience on every journey.”

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For more information please contact the Kabbee press office at Sense Communications at Kabbee@sensecommunications.co.uk or call 0203 551 3954.

Notes to Editor

About Kabbee:

  • Kabbee lets users instantly compare quotes from 70 leading London fleets – based on time, location and type of car – and then book and pay by cash, card or pre-paid account. This saves passengers time and money and increases fleet efficiency.
  • Kabbee was launched in June 2011 and has had around 400,000 app downloads to date.
  • Kabbee was recently named as a ‘Future 50 Brand’ by Real Business, for being one of Britain’s most exciting and disruptive new businesses.
  • Kabbee incentivises its users to earn credit with its Free Cabs programme. By simply sharing their referral code the user gets £10 free credit for any friend who makes their first new account booking and their friend will automatically get £10 free credit too! Please refer to full T&Cs.
7May

Press release: Wax on, Wax off Licensed Minicab App Kabbee Reveals Polished New Look

 

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Kabbee, London’s leading minicab comparison and booking app has revealed its new look today.  The new features will make booking even easier for all its hundreds of thousands of iOS and Android app users.

The new look and feel ‘version 2.3’ of the Kabbee app, will be enjoyed by almost 400k Londoners that have downloaded the app since its launch in 2011.

So what’s different?

  • The entire booking experience is now on one single page
  • Improved access to extra features like ‘go via’ and different car types (green, premium)
  • A new ‘quick quote’ function to instantly show users the best possible quotes
  • Faster, better and more detailed address search options than ever before

Kabbee is one of London’s largest virtual fleet, with more than 10,000 licensed minicab drivers from 70 of the highest quality fleets right across the city.

Justin Peters, Kabbee CEO and Founder commented on the updates: “With new minicab apps launching every month, it’s vital that Kabbee is always delivering the best possible consumer experience, and with that comes the need for cutting edge design and developments.

“Kabbee version 2.3 is another proof point of our advanced, innovative technology, which is the main differentiator between Kabbee and other minicab and taxi apps. Making it easier to get a minicab at a good price when you want it is one thing, but making the app super easy to use is another.”

Kabbee has now also launched its popular Track my Kabbee feature on the Android platform, enabling users to track exactly where their minicab is in real time. 

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For more information please contact the Kabbee press office at Sense Communications at kabbee@sensecommunications.co.uk or call 0203 551 3954.

Notes to Editor

About Kabbee:

  • Kabbee lets users instantly compare quotes from 70 leading London fleets – based on time, location and type of car – and then book and pay by cash, card or pre-paid account. This saves passengers time and money and increases fleet efficiency.
  • Kabbee was launched in June 2011 and has had around 400,000 app downloads to date.
  • Kabbee was recently named as a ‘Future 50 Brand’ by Real Business, for being one of Britain’s most exciting and disruptive new businesses.
  • Kabbee incentivises its users to earn credit with its Free Cabs programme. By simply sharing their referral code the user gets £10 free credit for any friend who makes their first new account booking and their friend will automatically get £10 free credit too! Please refer to full T&Cs.
1May

Meet the maker: Shiny new app updates for Kabbee

Alex Kershaw - Kabbee's Head of Performance

Alex Kershaw – Kabbee’s Head of Product

It’s been a hive of activity here at Kabbee lately and we’re really excited to announce some great new improvements to our app!

The new version released today makes it much easier and quicker for you to get the licensed minicab you need.

No more messing around with different settings across multiple screens – simply select your required car size or type, input the journey details and instantly get quotes to compare and book. It’s like magic.

Along with general speed and stability improvements you’ll notice a brand new look to the app. We’re really excited about this step forward and hope you enjoy using it as much as we do.

So, who was the main man behind the super new updates?  Meet Alex……

Q&A with Alex Kershaw, Kabbee’s Head of Product

What do you like the most about the new Kabbee app?

We went through so many iterations to get the landing page how it is, so Im very proud of that. The car size slider is really slick but the key thing is that we’ve got a great balance between those users that just want to book a cab as quickly as possible, who are loving the quick quote tiles on the home page,  and those that appreciate all the data we provide on our full quotes screen. It’s been a great team effort,  but this is only the beginning. We’ve just started a long process of simplifying or refreshing every page in the app so there is plenty to come.

What do you think users would find most useful?

The functionality hasn’t changed much, we’ve just collected it all together and laid it out more intuitively on a single screen, although the address search is getting increasingly granular.  At Kabbee we are focused on removing all the pain points in the minicab booking experience. Who do I call? How long will they take? Where am I now? Is there a cashpoint on route? Where is my cab now? Is this fleet any good? What does my car look like….there are so many uncertainties in booking a cab and different people get upset by different things. Our vision is to remove them all and make minicabs a quick, easy and main stream method of travel so different people find our app useful in different ways.

You have been working for Kabbee for more than a year, what’s the feature you are most proud of?

To be honest the best is yet to come. We’ve now got a fantastic design and development team, and its great to be able to innovate and push forward with new features rather than the constant focus on bug fixing and basic functionality. Our roadmap is incredibly exciting, but Track my Kabbee is the current feature im most proud of. We don’t have a driver app because we only work with fleets, and that means we have had to partner with many different players (fleets as well as their respective software providers) to provide this service. Every time the bee starts flapping on the Track my Kabbee screen it makes me smile.

What’s the next big thing you are currently working on?

In addition to some of the features we’re launching on our consumer apps, there are some massive advances happening in our business services. As we’re connecting the industry we are getting more and more data from fleets around car location, which means we can quote more fleets than ever before and give customers quicker or more accurate arrival times.

How many of your friends have you been able to recommend using the Free Cabs programme?

They all signed up before I could give them my code! I missed out there…

How often do you take a cab and what do use minicabs most for?

I live in Crouch End so its not the most public transport friendly place! Coming back from a night out and airport trips are typical trips.

What’s your second favourite app after Kabbee…of course, and why?

I use Yplan a lot. It’s a really useful service that addresses a clear need, and I like the way they have got such a unique look and feel to the overall app design and user experience. Its got character and is not just another iOS7 clone.

What song would make you ask your minicab driver to crank up the volume?

Unfortunately they don’t have any of the tracks I listen to on Heart or Magic….

Check out the shiny new look app here.

20Apr

Press release: 3 in 5 people late for, or missing flights

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Brits Aboard?

3 in every 5 people have missed or been late for a flight, according to Kabbee study

Kabbee, London’s leading minicab comparison and booking app has revealed today that a concerning 64 percent of people in the UK have caused flight delays by arriving late to the departure gate, or have completely missed an international flight.

According to the Bureau of Transport Statistics, so far this year 25 percent of all flights have experienced a delayed take-off*, so Kabbee is on a mission to help all Brits arrive at the gates on time.

Kabbee’s study reveals the top six reasons for passengers missing or delaying a flight:

  1. Traffic delays on public transport (engineering works, road accident) – 39%
  2. Overslept – 28%
  3. Last minute packing / disorganised – 26%
  4. Forgetting the date of travel – 18%
  5. Going to the wrong terminal – 13%
  6. Passport had expired – 12%

Kabbee is London’s largest virtual fleet, with more than 10,000 licensed minicab drivers right across the city.  Each year, more than 25 percent of all bookings via the app are to and from London’s airports.

The Kabbee mobile app prompts all airport passengers to enter their flight number, which gives their driver live arrival information, guaranteeing perfect timekeeping – against all odds.

Justin Peters, Kabbee’s Founder and CEO is keen to help all passengers get to the airport on time – he comments: “Our study is designed to remind people that have a flight booked this holiday season to plan ahead for a stress-free getaway, and also to help reduce the amount of delayed flights leaving London’s airports.

“On average, people book minicabs to the airport 27 hours before their flight is due to take off, via Kabbee .  Not everyone is so organised however, we do still see a large percentage of people booking a minicab ASAP too.”

Kabbee’s top tips and advice for holidaymakers will be shared across social media channels using the #flyontime hashtag, and Kabbee will also be offering discounts on airport journeys throughout the holiday season.

*http://www.transtats.bts.gov/homedrillchart.asp 

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For more information please contact the Kabbee press office at Sense Communications at Kabbee@sensecommunications.co.uk or call 0203 551 3954.

 

Notes to Editor

About the study:

  • Kabbee’s travel study included a national omnibus survey of 1000 UK adults from 08.04.14 – 10.04.14.

About Kabbee:

  • Kabbee lets users instantly compare quotes from 70 leading London fleets – based on time, location and type of car – and then book and pay by cash, card or pre-paid account. This saves passengers time and money and increases fleet efficiency.
  • Kabbee was launched in June 2011 and has had more than 400,000 app downloads to date.
  • Kabbee was recently named as a ‘Future 50 Brand’ by Real Business, for being one of Britain’s most exciting and disruptive new businesses.
  • Kabbee incentivises its users to earn credit with its Free Cabs programme. By simply sharing their referral code the user gets £10 free credit for any friend who makes their first new account booking and their friend will automatically get £10 free credit too! £10 free credit is open to new Kabbee users who top up their account by £10 to qualify and their first booking must have a minimum spend of £10.01. Please refer to full T&Cs.

 

15Apr

Press release: Electric Avenue! Kabbee Puts the Capital’s Biggest Fully Electric Vehicle Fleet into 400K Londoner’s Pockets

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London’s leading minicab comparison and booking app, Kabbee, has partnered with Thriev, the city’s zero emission electric vehicle fleet, as part of the company’s mission to provide its hundreds of thousands of users with environmentally-friendly licensed minicabs.

 Thriev vehicles will be available for central London journeys, by selecting the ‘green’ option on the Kabbee app.  These electric vehicles will add to the 10,000 minicabs that are currently available via Kabbee.

 Just as sophisticated technology is the key differentiator between Kabbee and other minicab apps on the market, this is Thriev’s point of advantage too.  Thriev recharges its vehicles overnight using a state-of-the-art, rapid technology chargepoint network that is on average 12-14 times more efficient than the majority of installed chargepoints.

Justin Peters, Kabbee’s Founder and CEO comments on the partnership: “With the Thriev fleet on the Kabbee platform, our ‘green’ offering now accounts for 10 percent of all minicabs that are available via the app.

 “We’ve experienced a tenfold increase in ‘green’ minicab bookings just in the last six months, which is great, and because they can often cost less than regular minicabs, we expect to see this figure increase further.

 “Kabbee was designed to revolutionise a fragmented minicab market, and ‘make minicabs mighty’.  Our sophisticated technology enables Kabbee to match supply and demand, to ensure minicab drivers are always available, and to avoid dead mileage.  If we can transport more people around London with less impact on the environment, we’re happy.”

Thriev’s CEO Arvind Vij comments on the partnership: “Londoners are busy, and getting around is very rarely considered in the interest of the environment. 

“The greatest thing about this partnership is that we are bringing EVs into the mainstream and reaching hundreds of thousands of Londoners.  With every five-mile journey undertaken by a Thriev vehicle, it prevents 1kg of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere, along with a myriad of other harmful gases, emissions and particulates.

“In the short term, this is a great way to encourage people that may have not considered using an electric vehicle, to give them a go, and in the long run, this partnership will contribute to substantially reducing all passengers’ carbon footprint.”

 For more information please contact the Kabbee press office at Sense Communications by email Kabbee@sensecommunications.co.uk or call 0203 551 3954.

 

About Thriev

  • Thriev has developed an electric vehicle platform composed of electric vehicles, rapid chargers and enabling suite of technologies. This has allowed commercial deployment of Britain’s first of a kind private hire chauffeur service that aims to revolutionise transportation within London.
  • Having launched in September 2013, the company boasts a fully-electric, zero-emission fleet and has ambitious plans for rapid expansion. Thriev’s mission is to work together with multiple stakeholders, ranging from governmental bodies and NGOs to large FTSE 100 corporations.
  • The partnerships formed by Thriev will influence not only the company’s immediate users, but also everyone in the capital by providing a cleaner, safer and more sustainable environment for London.
  • Thriev demonstrates that it is both a frontrunner in utilising the advances of modern technology and a commercially viable organisation by offering its services at a price that is on average far lower than that of its competitors.
  • Thriev aims to minimise even further its impact on the environment by striving to source the electricity needed for running its fleet from renewable sources and maximally utilising the nation’s electricity network (e.g. overnight recharging). The company is keeping on top of the game by overcoming the conventional challenges posed by operating electric vehicles through installing its own state-of-the-art, rapid technology chargepoint network that is on average 12-14 times more efficient than the majority of installed chargepoints.
  • The practical implication of using innovative companies like Thriev is that with every five-mile journey undertaken by just one of its vehicles, it prevents 1kg of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere, along with a myriad of other harmful gases, emissions and particulates. In the long run, this will contribute to substantially reducing every client’s carbon footprint, whilst maximising their budgets, freeing up valuable funds for other purposes.

 

 

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