Blacklane expands U.S. footprint
12 September 2019 | 12:40 pm
Blacklane, a Berlin-based chauffeur service, is expanding its footprint in the United States. The company recently announced plans to open two U.S. offices this fall in New York and Los Angeles. Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde caught up with Jens Wohltorf, CEO and co-founder of Blacklane, to discuss the company's expansion plans and it's road to the public markets.
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