Product development

Ready to express your product development talent? Transferz operates a global marketplace for ground transportation and we are looking for energized top talent that can help to extend our global footprint to meet our highly ambitious goals.

Are you keen on combining qualitative and quantitative insights into new and/or improved product propositions? Interested in travel? You like international relations,  foreign languages and being a spider in the web? Read further!

transferz operates a global marketplace for ground transportation, dedicated to travellers, travel brands, and transfer companies. Travellers can complete their travel plans with door-to-door transfers by selecting the transfer they want, based on vehicle type and price, and enjoy peace of mind on the first and last mile of their journeys.

transferz has its roots in Taxi2Airport, a well-established marketplace specialized in ground transportation around airports all over the world. Taxis, private cars, and small vans are among the standard modes of transport, but also limousines, helicopters, dedicated trains or even tuk tuks are part of the possibilities.

With coverage in 150+ countries and 1.500+ airports and more than 5.000 transfer companies in the network transferz is truly global. We have the ambition to become the market leader in ground transportation worldwide and therefore, we are looking for a Product Development Intern to join our Supply team!

The Supply team at transferz is responsible for the most strategic asset of the company, the supply side of the marketplace, which is the network of transportation companies. In your role you will help extending and maintaining the best performing network in the world. Your work will be diverse, international and challenging! It will require analytical, commercial and organisational skills.

Timing is flexible.

35 uur per week
Type vacature:


  • Er is geen minimale opleiding vereist
  • Je beheerst Engels

Wat wij bieden

€ 350,- per maand
direct via Jobbird
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