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How Uber is growth hacking in Spain despite regulatory roadblocks

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Taxi drivers in Spain are protesting againstride-hailing appsUber and Cabifytoday, holdingreports suggest 20,000 protestors took to the streets in Madrid. Meanwhile, bothcompanies are continuing to recruit drivers using another Spanish startup, protests from the taxi industry over what they perceive as unfair competition and changing regulatory winds. Urdiales says local rulesallow for two drivers to be staffed per private driver license on average, while licenses are typically tied to companies rather than individuals thereby allowing Uber and Cabify to beable to recruit more drivers (via thesethird party license holders), and for recruitment ads such as the one pictured above to […]
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