Plug and Play's Mozio Helps Canadians Travel Like Locals in the US

by Lloyed Lobo | Startups

Say you've just landed at NYC and now you’ve got to find your way into Manhattan. Finding the cheapest and best way to get there can be quite frustrating.

Enter Mozio, a single source for all available travel options to get you where you need to go—be they shuttles, buses, trains, limos, taxis, even helicopters—saving you the hassle of having to check multiple sites.

Mozio graduated from Plug and Play Startup Camp six months ago and just picked up a big investor, Jeff Clarke. Jeff is the Chairman of the Board of online travel dynamo Orbitz.

“In having booked trips to over 65 countries, I’ve realized there are really no true travel search engines out there, only flight search engines,” says Founder David Litwak. “I’d have 20 tabs open to find out how to get from one place to another via train, cab and bus.”

Mozio has partnerships with Uber, Shuttlefare, Groundlink and in addition to small mom-and-pop shuttle services, and gets transit data from Google Transit, essentially defragmenting all the local travel solutions.

Litwak says they plan to have the top 40 airports by the end of the year. You can request access to Mozio's private beta here.

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Lloyed Lobo

Lloyed Lobo

Lloyed Lobo is a startup evangelist and community leader – he is a Global Facilitator at Startup Weekend, Instructor at Startup Weekend Next, Board Member at Startup Calgary, and Startup Columnist at Calgary Herald. He is also Partner at Boast Capital, a financial advisory firm with offices in Calgary, Vancouver and Silicon Valley specializing in R&D Tax Credits, and a Partner at Plug and... more

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