Airbus controls 45% of the global helicopter market. Low industry growth and the development of Urban Air Mobility or flying cars represent an important long-term threat to the survival of the helicopter industry as we know it. Airbus is trying to disrupt itself, before somebody else does by taking an all-encompassing approach to look at Urban Air Mobility. Airbus is investing in the entire ecosystem, including the on-demand helicopter ridesharing platform, voom.flights.
With 22.5 billion kilometers logged and 100 million users, Waze has rapidly become the navigation app of choice.
And it got there through crowd-sourcing.
Via – “OMG another ride-sharing app?!?!” or “an Innovative one”? I describe the Via ride-sharing startup that is trying to differentiate its value proposition to riders and drivers, and has also been making some strategic platform moves.
Grab, a major ride-hailing company in Southeast Asia, will be able to capture untapped payment market in the region? How will the ride-hailing platform help Grab building the payment platform?
Rival taxi-hailing and ride-sharing apps are sustaining heavy losses in the battle for market share. Can a differentiated competitor win in the end?
New startup Fasten looks to disrupt Uber’s dominance in Boston by eliminating surge pricing and taking fixed $1 cuts from drivers