Enterprise Value (based on primary fundings)

Company Description

Uber Technologies is a peer to peer ride sharing service founded by Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp in 2009. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, CA, and operates in over 785 cities worldwide. The company’s services include Uber - the primary ride sharing service, Uber Eats - a food-delivery service, Uber Freight – a service that matches carriers with shippers and Uber Bike – a bike rental service. The company is also innovating in the on-demand transportation space with futuristic products including self-driving cars and Uber Elevate – quicker air transportation. Uber went through a PR turmoil in 2017 ending with its CEO & Founder being ousted. with a new CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, the company is on recovery phase and is filling up its key management positions, in preparation for a public offering in 2019 / early 2020.

Company Info

Website: uber.com

Industry: Transportation

Founded: 2009

Funding to Date: $6.9B

Last Round Est. Valuation: $70.26B

Management Team
  • Thuan Pham - CTO
  • Tony West - Chief Legal Officer
  • Jeff Holden - Chief Product Officer
  • Bozoma Saint John - Chief Brand Officer
  • Dara Khosrowshahi - CEO
  • Nelson Chai - CFO
Board Members
  • Arianna Huffington - Self
  • David Krane - Google Ventures
  • Cheng Wei - Didi Chuxing
  • David Trujillo - TPG Growth
  • John Thain - Uber Technologies
  • Ryan Graves - Uber Technologies
  • Travis Kalanick - Uber Technologies
  • Ursula Burns - Self
  • Wan Ling Martello - Self


Uber & Ride-Sharing: The $650 Billion Question

The top 5 riding-share apps, including Uber and Lyft, are today a $650 billion market and could experience 10x revenue growth in the next decade and potentially disrupt several industries involved in human mobility. Report includes a survey of 5,500 mobile phone users about their experiences using ride-sharing apps.

Uber News


TechCrunch - Update: Bird tells us it is not in discussions with Uber. The company declined to comment on reports that there have been recent talks between the two companies. Our piece from earlier today reflects what we were told by sources, which is that Bird was engaged in advanced discussions to be acquired…


TechCrunch - Uber’s new loyalty program incentivizes you not to check Lyft or the local competitor. Riders earn points for all the money they spend on Uber and Uber Eats that score them $5 credits, upgrades to nicer cars, access to premium support and even flexible cancellations that waive the fee if they reboo…

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