NYC Ride Sharing Platform Juno Shuts Down πŸš•

New York City ride sharing platform Juno has announced that they will be shuttering the platform as Juno’s parent company Gett shifts focus to corporate clients. Alex and Nick discuss the difficulties Juno encountered while trying to compete with bigger players in the winner take all ride sharing market.

This is an excerpt from episode 49 of Winner Take All. Watch the full episode here: youtu.be/2Nwsfx7FGUE

Ride-sharing app Juno shuts down in NYC: 1010wins.radio.com/articles/ride-sharing-app-juno-shuts-down-nyc

Taxi and Ridehailing Usage in New York City: toddwschneider.com/dashboards/nyc-taxi-ridehailing-uber-lyft-data/


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