Nairobi, your uberX has arrived! Starting today, Kenya's capital city will become the sixth city in Africa to have access to the safety, convenience and reliability of Uber.
With 2015 just underway, Uber has big goals for European riders, drivers and cities. But we can't get there alone. Today, at the DLD15 Conference in Munich, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick laid out Uber's commitment to establishing new partnerships with Europe's cities to ensure innovation, harness powerful economic benefits and promote core city functions.
What would happen if the most innovative brand and the most innovative city collided? During the last few weeks there have been secret Ubers roaming the streets of Medellin. We have seen how much los paisas have appreciated a transportation option that provides a more secure, reliable, and effective way to mobilize. So we would like to let you know that we are here to stay!
Since day one, Uber’s mission has been to improve city life by connecting people with safe, reliable, hassle-free rides through the use of technology. As we have grown, so has our ability to share information that can serve a greater good. By sharing data with municipal partners we can help cities become more liveable, resilient, and innovative.