@tweetalondoncab and addapps ltd are please to announce the launch of a joint taxi booking app for use in London and eventually nationally.
Tweetalondoncab (TLC) and addapps have a unique synergy which we TLC, will earn a significant % of profits, to be reinvested in new technology and build a service that connects drivers to customers [...]
How London Black Cabbie’s are using Social Media and Data to improve their own performance
You all know that Black Cab Drivers have a lot to say for themselves, right? Well, a private Twitter account has been giving drivers the chance to tell each other what is going on around the Capital, and has helped turn [...]
PRESS RELEASE LONDON 28th March 2011
Tweetalondoncab & TAXISTOP partner for real-time taxi booking in London With a growing fleet and waiting list totalling 350 drivers, tweetalondoncab – also known as TLC due to their inherent good service – has built an enviable following as the capital’s best and cheapest alternative taxi booking service.Passengers have persisted [...]
Last night a group of London cabbies held a two hour meeting to discuss the running of Tweetalondoncab and afterwards another 2 hour session recruiting and advising new and old drivers.
I arrived at the Kings cross taxi center (KXTC) at a quarter to six ready to start the meeting, we started inside but soon moved [...]
Next time you’re in London and need a cab, you might like to try tweeting @tweetalondoncab for one.
Richard Cudlip, Karl James and a small circle of tech-inclined cabbies have spent the last year building up a black cab service on Twitter, and while Cudlip says they don’t handle more jobs than in their street-hailing [...]
I was at my first open evening last night for the LSTC ( London School of Twitter for Cabbies) and it was a big success.
I arrived at the KXTC aka the Camley Street cafe around 19:45 so I could have my dinner, then it was down to business, just past 20:00 the first cabbie arrived. [...]
Demonstrations will be held at Camley St Taxi Cafe every couple of months between 20:00 – 22:00. Watch this space times and dates will vary.
Next Twitter school 11 January 2011 at Camley Street
Twitter is currently being used by an increasing number of London Cabbies. They are using it to share information about what is happening [...]
TweetaLondonCab by Kate Moffet of the Telegraph writes.
“Tweetalondoncab are a collective of London black cab drivers who have got together to offer direct bookings of black cabs via twitter. It’s a great service and one I’d highly recommend. But it’s not the service itself that I wanted to mention, it’s the way in which their [...]
In the last decade or so we’ve seen a boom in technology, Tv’s, Phone’s, Camera’s And Computers to name but a few also social networking sites have taken off big time, texts, E-mails Face Book etc etc.
The main one at the moment for me is Twitter. Every time I publish a blog it automatically sends [...]
This is Tweet a London cab’s first meeting since founder Karl followed by Richard formed TLC.
This is it, it doesn’t get any better,these are just a few of the many drivers that make up TLC’s driving force. In total there are 70 drivers with just over 3,000 followers, not bad considering it only started back in [...]