Taxify Nigeria celebrated its teeming customer and driver base for their loyalty, support, and patronage, with an exclusive event themed “Taxify Rooftop Party: unlock your city.”
The event held at a secret rooftop location in Lekki was well attended by Lagos socialites including Ex-Big Brother Housemates, Tobi Bakare and Uriel Oputa, Musician, Johnny Drille, The Plug’s Bizzle Osikoya and Social Advocate, Segalink.
Earlier in the year, Taxify introduced the ‘Because I Taxify‘ campaign. With this campaign, Taxify hoped to show people how much they could be getting done in an always-on country like Nigeria with rides at the tap of a button. The company invited its riders to share their Taxify stories, tell how much easier their lives are with Taxify, and received thousands of exciting entries.
Speaking at the event, the Brand Manager, Bendega Terver said: “We truly appreciate our loyal passengers that have taken hundreds of rides and been with us since inception. Our top drivers are also not left out and we are celebrating them for their consistency and the 5-star ride experiences they have given on their trips”.
As a token of appreciation, Taxify gave away 3 all expenses paid holiday packages to Dubai to its top driver and riders.
At the event, Taxify also showcased an experience center showing some of the most frequently visited locations riders take a Taxify to.
Taxify is the leading European ride-hailing platform, connecting millions of passengers and drivers around the world to make travel easier, quicker and more reliable. Taxify’s efficient and tech-enabled business model benefits both drivers who have to pay a smaller commission as well as passengers who end up paying less for their ride.
Founded by Markus Villig, Taxify launched in 2013. It’s one of the fastest-growing ride-hailing platform in Europe and Africa with investors including Daimler, Didi Chuxing and Korelya Capital.
Taxify has more than 15 million users in over 25 countries and 60 cities globally. www.taxify.eu
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