Cabfind look to grow relationships with strategic appointment

Cabfind has appointed Tim Jordan on a fixed term consultancy contract to help drive the company’s ambitious growth targets.

As a founding partner at Cabfind, Jordan helped shaped the company into what it is today, securing contracts with several rail, freight and travel management companies.

Following the acquisition of Cabfind by global mobility solutions provider Transdev in 2015, Jordan took the decision to step away from the travel industry to focus on his own personal ambitions. After success with his consultancy business and a published novel on the way, Jordan felt the time was right to return to the travel industry.

Lee Wasnidge, Managing Director commented, “As a founding partner, Tim helped build the footings on which Cabfind stand today. Cabfind has always been a home for Tim, so as soon as we knew he was interested in providing his support I was pleased to welcome him back.”

Cabfind provide a managed taxi service to many organisations from leading travel management companies to corporate businesses and SMEs, with specialist expertise in the rail, media and logistics sectors.

Jordan will be working alongside the commercial team to develop new relationships.

Daniel Price, Commercial Director commented, “I’m delighted to begin working with Tim. We’re building a great team of experts from across the business travel sector delivering an exciting proposition to the market. His experience, commercial acumen and relationships will only help bolster our efforts.”

Tim Jordan said, “Having met with Lee and Daniel I was struck by their desire to grow Cabfind into a market leader within business travel and beyond. We have some very ambitious targets to hit and I’m looking forward to working with the team to help realise those goals.”

Utilising an unrivalled country-wide network of private hire and executive vehicles, Cabfind provides a managed taxi service to get people and products to the right place at the right time.


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