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MET4011 - Uber

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Raphael Lazaroo

on 21 April 2015

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Transcript of MET4011 - Uber

Introduction & Background
5 Levels of Service
255 Cities
56 Countries
Any questions ?
Future trends on the market
Demand growing in USA and elsewhere
UberPool, ride pooling service
Competiton
Taxis
Other actors.. Google
Business model
Uberization of the economy...
Sharing economy
Technology
R&D centre in Pittsburgh
Driverless car
Passengers safety
Debate & controversary
Ethical concerns
Conclusion
Disruption of an industry
Key role of the Internet
Technologies
Use of internet
Mobile platform to call a cab
Payment by credit card
Prerequisites to become a driver
Different types of cars
UberPool

Markets
Fast expansion due to their numerous investors, including Google
Started in San Francisco
Extended after they made sure it was profitable in SF
Present in 56 countries (2015)

Primer adversary
Cabs and limousine providers
First similar rivals (Online purchase/TLC drivers)
GetTaxi
Hailo
Followers
United States: Lyft, Summon and Sidecar
France: Miinute, Djump and Heetch...

Competition
Rates of provided services offered by Uber in Paris, France
Rates of provided services offered by Uber in San Francisco , France
INSTITUTIONS
Many restrictions
The French example
Thevenoud law on September 2014
FINANCING MODEL
Uber attracts investors everywhere

The founders were the first to invest : Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp

Received $5.6 billion in investment since the beginning

BUSINESS MODEL
Reasons of success:
No intermediary
Mobile is omnipresent
Targets everyone
Digital nature
Dynamic prices
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