Aug 13, 2019
Suzanne Wortman is the owner of Taxi-Taxi, an Oshawa-based, full-service cab company that has become a household name over the last 30 years. The company was originally founded by her husband, Don Wortman, and has thrived despite many challenges and obstacles. Their success is largely due to their commitment to the safety and security of their passengers as well as their unwavering commitment to the wellbeing of their employees.
Suzanne joins me today to share an inside glimpse of her company and her perspective on industry disruption and competition. She explains how the development of ride-share programs like Uber and Lyft have impacted her small business as well as her drivers. She also shares why she strongly believes that ride-share programs should be government regulated and why the taxi industry should remain regulated to preserve consumer safety.
“I don’t have a problem with competition - providing we’re all playing on the same field.” - Suzanne Wortman
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