As most industries become tech-driven, Europe has little time to catch up with rest of the world before it completely loses the economic significance it has today, says Taxify’s founder and CEO, Markus Villig. Dubbed during its launch in Australia in December 2017 as an ‘Uber Killer’, the Estonian company is set to hit close to one billion euros in turnover in 2018.
In an exclusive interview with The Baltic Times, Taxify’s founder and CEO, Markus Villig, who became the company’s CEO at just 23, and co-founder Martin Villig, discuss thei...
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