Basically adaptable abroad
In principle, the ideas developed can be transferred - even if this applies to some countries to a limited extent, as different structures prevail there. The essential core ideas can be adopted to a large extent - albeit in country-specific adaptations and in connection with local peculiarities and sensitivities. In addition, there are different legal regulations.
Differentiation between town and country
A differentiation must also be made as to whether the region in question is urban, peri-urban or rural, as the transport needs there are different. The transport idea of taxis is essentially city-based and works there because of the short distances - and thus in countries with large (main) cities. As a consequence, taxi transport is not suitable for countries with rugged settlements or low population density.
Feeder / commuter services work best between (inner) city and suburban areas - but also at rural level as a feeder to public transport or directly to the destination.
Somewhat delayed, the big change in the taxi industry is happening everywhere
All measures can be extended to the international taxi industry. Differences might exist in countries where Uber, Lyft, and others have already heavily displaced the taxi industry. However, the current circumstances should apply to these companies as well.