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Veezu buys Dragon taxis in Cardiff worth several million pounds.
It already has Radio Cabs in Bridgend, Dragon Taxis in Newport and A2B Radio Cars in Solihull. It is planning to make investments in major infrastructures such as a wireless solution, Interactive Voice Response (IVR) and cloud-based technologies. Santander's multi-million-pound funding packages include 2.5 million in incremental equity.
Start-up equity is available to companies with an annuity of £500,000 to 50 million which have historically shown high levels of sales, profits or job creation over the previous year. "As a Welsh company, it was important that we provide the best and most dependable services in our capitol.
"Veezu is showing powerful sign of expansion in a relatively brief period of times, and these recent investments in new technology are a clear indication of Veezu's desire to offer a better user experience to all its stakeholder groups. Dragon's present CEO Ryan Owen remains at the top and Gareth Owen remains onboard as non-executive member of the management team.
UK consumer and hackney sectors are rapidly evolving as new technology enters the markets.
Details - Santander Germany
Clients who enter the new office will be welcomed in a dedicated lobby area and guided to a variety of tailor-made service options to help them choose how to set up their banking relationship. Establishment also provides a suite of state-of-the-art online digitisation solutions, including free WLANs, dedicated trays and cash dispensers, with four within the Establishment and one available 24 hours a day.
Formally opened by Head of Retail and Business Banking and Deputy CEO Javier San Felix, the redesigned store is the first of 20 to be redesigned in 2017. In terms of capitalisation, it is one of the world's leading banking groups.
Santander was created in 1857 and at the end of June 2016 had 1.52 trillion in assets under management, 12,500 offices and 190,000 people. Santander achieved an adjusted net income of EUR 3,280 million in the first half of 2016.