Happy New Year....Now lets get UBER in Vancouver!


Happy New Year....Now lets get UBER in Vancouver!

02 January 2015     News & Annoucements 

All of us at Kombo are fanatics for innovation. And there is nothing more annoying than old dinosaurs kicking up dust. The taxi industry is furious with Uber for offering a brilliant alternative to high cost taxis. They go so far as to call it ‘illegal’ and have been impounding Uber drivers cars in cities around the U.S. and Canada.

We have to stop rewarding inefficient business and penalizing innovators like the guys from Uber. Just like SpaceX figured out a way to make more efficient and cost effective rockets than NASA, so Uber has figured out a better, cheaper way to transport people. So lets stop coddling the dinosaurs like the taxi industry and start standing up for entrepreneurs who are finding ways to make life easier. Read the article below and get involved in your city. Then go to the link below and sign the petition.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/uber-block-vancouver-taxi-companies-seek-injunction-against-ride-share-service-1.2824013

SIGN THIS! just type in your city where it says ‘Vancouver’ to see if a petition exists.

https://action.uber.org/vancouver/


2 comments


  • Sandy

    Hello , Paul I was amazed at the time you must have spent. Thank you. I came in too late to sbimut a question but hope you dont mind one now. I am creating my first campain ever and have been working on a hybrid design, but the network that has the offer only has very limited material for the product like a landing page, email graphics and banners etc. so I have been working to put together a site with some good graphics and articles, facts pages etc for google mostly. But here is my question should my hybrid site be more like the venders product landing page in terms of appearance and in the respect that it trys to get the user to buy or click thru on the first page or at the top of the page? or should it have more informational copy that actually give the user some good quality data on the product and then offers them a solution. It seems like the user will have to go from my landing page to the products landing page then have to click thru to the buy page. Seems like alot of hoops to pass thru Any thoughts would be great. THX


  • Sandy

    Hello , Paul I was amazed at the time you must have spent. Thank you. I came in too late to sbimut a question but hope you dont mind one now. I am creating my first campain ever and have been working on a hybrid design, but the network that has the offer only has very limited material for the product like a landing page, email graphics and banners etc. so I have been working to put together a site with some good graphics and articles, facts pages etc for google mostly. But here is my question should my hybrid site be more like the venders product landing page in terms of appearance and in the respect that it trys to get the user to buy or click thru on the first page or at the top of the page? or should it have more informational copy that actually give the user some good quality data on the product and then offers them a solution. It seems like the user will have to go from my landing page to the products landing page then have to click thru to the buy page. Seems like alot of hoops to pass thru Any thoughts would be great. THX


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