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Despite the lockdown that followed the COVID-19 pandemic, ride-hailing companies are functioning to cater to the inevitable transit and delivery requirements of the community. Taxi drivers play a vital role here because it is they who go the extra mile to execute the jobs manifested. Given the scenario, you have to take every possible measure to help your drivers to keep away from infections while they are out there serving the community.

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The COVID-19 outbreak has slowed down economic growth on a global scale as people remain locked down in their houses. The impact of the pandemic is even stronger for the ride-hailing sector than the other spheres, given the nature of the industry. It is time to find ways to generate more revenue in addition to making use of the existing opportunities and make a successful comeback once the target market is fully active again.

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The coronavirus outbreak has taken over the world and public spaces, including schools, libraries, workplaces, hotels, shopping malls and cinema theatres are closed to slow down and ultimately eliminate the pandemic. Unlike the other sectors that are locked down, the ride-hailing industry sees space to flourish while offering public support even during such unpredictable times.

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The increase in pollution rate and the need to bring back a greener environment has made way for electric vehicles. In fact, the global electric vehicle market which was valued $118,864.5 million in 2017 is projected to hit $567,299.8 million by 2025 with a CAGR of 22.3%. Given the scope for electric vehicles, there is a significant rise in EV sales and China tops at the same.

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The ride-hailing industry has always been flexible enough to imbibe the changing market demands and has come up with alternatives to address the same. Here is a round-up of the ride-hailing trends 2019 as the year has drawn to an end.
Electric vehicles
With the increase in pollution rate, green living has gradually started gaining importance prompting commuters and transport service providers to opt for electric vehicles. In fact, 5.

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Social media influencers are those who make use of social media platforms to promote a product and engage their long reach of audience and followers. Using their online presence to promote businesses and its services to a larger market is called influencer marketing. This type of marketing is on the rise when compared to other traditional marketing strategies. Below are some of the reasons why social media influencers are essential to promote your ride-hailing taxi business.

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For years, the Indian taxi industry was fragmented and unorganised. But, with the introduction of TaxiForSure in 2013 and Uber’s entry in the same year, a drastic change was in sight. Today, the apprehensions surrounding on-demand taxi transportation have almost disappeared and the existing traditional taxi players have ventured into the digital world.
Retracing the on-demand industry
Where Uber was disrupting the taxi industry all over the world, things seemed slow in the Indian soil.