Set up by British entrepreneurs Simeon Miighty and George Lee, Piing says it will take half the commission Uber does from its drivers, while charging customers the same.
“I was looking for an ambitious, energetic communications team to join me in building brand recognition for Piing and create a broader voice allowing us to reach our goals,” said Miighty. “Milk & Honey really stood out from the people I met and I am really excited about working with them as we launch Piing.”
Kirsty Leighton, managing partner of Milk & Honey PR, added: “We are so excited about working with the team to launch Piing. The timing couldn’t be better with London crying out for a safer, more ethical British alternative to Uber right now.”
- Pictured: Kirsty Leighton