Wednesday May 27, 2020

All hail the Irish taxi firm going global

Jess Kelly looks at how Lynk has developed a market in the crowded taxi app sector

2nd April, 2017
Noel Ebbs, founder of Lynk Picture: Jason Clarke

The taxi business in Ireland has changed dramatically over the past ten years. Cars-on-demand became the norm in major cities as international firms arrived into the country. Not willing to be left behind, Noel Ebbs took his experience of the industry and technical brain to develop Lynk, the Irish answer to the likes of MyTaxi and Uber.

“Lynk was born in February 2015. We’re two years on the go. It was born out of necessity...

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