eCabs had a very high-profile visit at their headquarters in St Julian’s this weekend, having welcomed European Parliament (EP) President Roberta Metsola.
Throughout her stay, President Metsola was toured around the offices to meet with members of staff and discuss the future of the mobility industry with the company’s heads.
Taking to social media to celebrate this occasion, eCabs CEO Matthew Bezzina said that “it was a pleasure sharing the eCabs journey with EP president Roberta Metsola, while discussing the road ahead as well as plans, opportunities and future goals of both our company and the sector within the European Union.”
In a separate social media post eCabs Chief Marketing Officer Simon Debono stated that “it was a real pleasure to introduce our fantastic team members, and to speak to the President in person together with our CEO Matthew Bezzina and CTO Luca Di Michele.”
“We discussed, amongst other things, eCabs’ ride hailing internationalisation programme, which is expected to start in 2023, as well as marketing, technology and the future of the mobility industry within the European Union.”
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