Company Profile of Uber in India, 2019

Company Profile of Uber in India, 2019

Uber is the Second Largest eHailing Company in India After Ola; Survey Indicates that it is the Most Popular Company in Markets where Both Providers Compete

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11-Sep-2019
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South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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This research study aims to evaluate and present Uber’s performance and analyze its future in the mid and long terms. It offers insights in regard to the company’s strategies and future growth opportunities, and makes predictions about its performance. It also summarizes Frost & Sullivan’s view on the company’s future outlook and offers forecasts for key parameters. The study analyzes Uber at a global level in the initial sections, including an introduction to it via a company overview, services portfolio, regional presence, and business overview.

The later section focuses on company detailing with regards to its operations in India. It further presents an overview of the competition scenario, detailing its key competitors in India, the eHailing business, food delivery services, a comparison between Uber and Ola, and acquisitions and partnerships. The study then highlights key company statistics & financials including key company metrics, financial analyses of Uber’s key investors, recent funding & valuation, and key government alliances. This research service also examines key success factors for Uber in India, such as environmental factors, partnerships with local governments, impact of mega trends, and innovative business model.

There is also a discussion on the challenges faced by Uber in terms of the regulatory environment, competition from Ola, maintenance of supply services, its deteriorating financials and the reason behind it, and safety issues faced by women customers. Strategic focus of the company includes near-term strategic focus points such as diversifying revenue generation and geographic expansion within the country; whereas the mid-term strategic focus concentrates on the introduction of e-Mobility and strategic partnerships with OEMs. Further, this study discusses the long-term focus areas which include connectivity, autonomous driving, shared platforms or partnership with government, and electric cars.

Growth opportunities and strategic imperatives and predictions and forecasts: Future predictions include Uber’s future plans in terms of creating a sustainable business model, by transforming its role and expanding its horizon. The forecast includes Uber’s revenue and the expected increase in the number of drivers in the country from 2018 to 2025F. The opportunities give a detailed overview of the existing stakeholders as well as other possible stakeholders with whom Uber can collaborate.

To support the study, a detailed Usage of Uber in India: Voice of Customer Survey was conducted for shared mobility services and Uber’s role in these services across India. About 1,190 respondents took the survey and gave their elaborate views and responses to questions asked with reference to shared mobility overall and Uber usage in particular.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Uber Global Company Overview, 2019

Executive Summary—Regional Presence

Executive Summary—Uber Company Overview

Executive Summary—Uber Development Roadmap (India)

Executive Summary—Uber eHailing Services (India)

Executive Summary—Uber in News

Executive Summary—Recent Alliances

Executive Summary—Uber Key Statistics

Executive Summary—Long-term Strategic Focus

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Research Methodology

Uber—Global Company Overview, 2019

Uber—Geographical Footprint in India

Uber—Service Offerings (India)

Uber—eHailing Services (India)

Uber—eHailing Services (India) (continued)

Uber—Food Delivery (India)

Uber—Vehicle Leasing Business Overview (India)

Uber—Portfolio Strength Matrix

Key Competitors—eHailing Business

Key Competitors—eHailing Business (continued)

Key Competitors—Food Delivery

Uber and Ola—Service Comparison

Uber and Ola—Statistical Comparison in India

Uber and Ola—Cities Coverage Comparison (India)

Usage of Uber in India: Voice of Customer Survey

Usage of Uber in India: Voice of Customer Survey (continued)

Usage of Uber in India: Voice of Customer Survey (continued)

Usage of Uber in India: Voice of Customer Survey (continued)

Usage of Uber in India: Voice of Customer Survey (continued)

Usage of Uber in India: Voice of Customer Survey (continued)

Usage of Uber in India: Voice of Customer Survey (continued)

Acquisitions & Partnerships

Partnerships

Partnerships (continued)

Recent Alliances

Uber—Key Statistics

Uber—Key Statistics (continued)

Key Success Factors— Infrastructural Factors

Key Success Factors—Partnerships with Local Governments

Key Success Factors—Impact of Mega Trends

Key Success Factors—Innovative Business Model

Key Challenges for Uber

Near-term Strategic Focus

Mid-term Strategic Focus

Long-term Strategic Focus

Future Predictions

Key Metrics and Forecast

Opportunities for Existing Stakeholders

Opportunities for Other Stakeholders

Growth Opportunity—Investments in Innovations, New Business Models (e.g., blockchain), and Mega Trends (e.g., smart cities)

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Conclusion and Takeaways

Legal Disclaimer

Global Uber Funding Rounds

Global Uber Funding Rounds (continued)

Uber—Key Shareholders

Key Executives

Revenue Lines of Uber

India Taxi Market Structure

Organized Taxi Roadmap in India

Strategies for Growth

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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This research study aims to evaluate and present Ubers performance and analyze its future in the mid and long terms. It offers insights in regard to the companys strategies and future growth opportunities, and makes predictions about its performance. It also summarizes Frost & Sullivans view on the companys future outlook and offers forecasts for key parameters. The study analyzes Uber at a global level in the initial sections, including an introduction to it via a company overview, services portfolio, regional presence, and business overview. The later section focuses on company detailing with regards to its operations in India. It further presents an overview of the competition scenario, detailing its key competitors in India, the eHailing business, food delivery services, a comparison between Uber and Ola, and acquisitions and partnerships. The study then highlights key company statistics & financials including key company metrics, financial analyses of Ubers key investors, recent funding & valuation, and key government alliances. This research service also examines key success factors for Uber in India, such as environmental factors, partnerships with local governments, impact of mega trends, and innovative business model. There is also a discussion on the challenges faced by Uber in terms of the regulatory environment, competition from Ola, maintenance of supply services, its deteriorating financials and the reason behind it, and safety issues faced by women customers. Strategic focus of the company includes near-term strategic focus points such as diversifying revenue generation and geographic expansion within the country; whereas the mid-term strategic focus concentrates on the introduction of e-Mobility and strategic partnerships with OEMs. Further, this study discusses the long-term focus areas which include connectivity, autonomous driving, shared platforms or partnership with government, and electric cars. Growth opportunities and strategic imperatives and predictions and forecasts: Future predictions include Ubers future plans in terms of creating a sustainable business model, by transforming its role and expanding its horizon. The forecast includes Ubers revenue and the expected increase in the number of drivers in the country from 2018 to 2025F. The opportunities give a detailed overview of the existing stakeholders as well as other possible stakeholders with whom Uber can collaborate. To support the study, a detailed Usage of Uber in India: Voice of Customer Survey was conducted for shared mobility services and Ubers role in these services across India. About 1,190 respondents took the survey and gave their elaborate views and responses to questions asked with reference to shared mobility overall and Uber usage in particular.
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Author Shradha Manjrekar
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