Strategic Profile of Uber Technologies

Uber Revenue to Exceed $40 Billion by 2025


The study provides a strategic overview of Uber Technologies to identify and understand the factors that contribute to the organization's success. It recognizes opportunities for key stakeholders in Uber's value chain to identify potential markets that are likely to emerge across various business segments as a result of Uber's evolution. In addition to providing the company’s corporate strategy, the research service details the legal and regulatory challenges faced by Uber in Europe, North America, and APAC, along with a brief history of its growth and technology focus. It also includes an overview of its user experience platform and partner ecosystem.
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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsUber’s JourneyRegulatory Restrictions on Uber’s ServicesUber’s Journey in LondonCompetitive LandscapeRevenue Forecast—UberBreakdown of Companies with $1 Billion+ ValuationsUber—Changing the Service IndustryUber’s Future Business Model—Value for ManyResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM/Participant Groups Compared in This Study Uber’s Corporate StrategyIntroduction to UberUber’s Business ModelUber’s Business Model (continued)Uber’s Business PlanUber’s Global FootprintHistory of Uber—TimelineUber’s GrowthShort-term Goals Vs Long-term VisionUber’s Brand Positioning and Freight Business ModelUber’s Dynamic Pricing Model—Surge PricingUber—Changing the Service IndustryLegislative and Regulatory ChallengesUber Vs. LegislationUber Vs. Legislation (continued)Uber Vs. Legislation (continued)Impact on Local Legislation and Regulation of Cities User Experience, Target Customer, and Driver DemographicCustomer User ExperienceCustomer User Experience (continued)Customer User Experience (continued)User Journey—Customers and DriversTarget Customer DemographicAverage Uber Driving Partner in the USUber’s Marketplace—Incentives for the Driving PartnerDriver RatingFunding and GrowthFunding and Valuation of Uber—Timeline Expansion in the US and the Rest of the WorldUber’s Global Footprint—City SplitEntering a New City—Process and SustainabilityMarket OutlookUber—Key Performance Indicators Addressable Market—User DevelopmentExpected Average Fares and Trips per Active UserNumber of Cars in Operation and Asset Utilization/Efficiency RatesRevenue Forecast—UberOverview of Uber’s Partner Ecosystem and Opportunities in the Value ChainUber’s Future Business Model—Value for ManyPartnership Opportunities—Driver BasePartnership Opportunities—Customer Base Partnership Opportunities—Logistics ServicesPartnership Opportunities—Technology StrategyAutonomous Technology FocusUber’s Focus on Autonomous DrivingAutonomous Driving—Potential for UberImpact of Autonomous Driving on Uber’s Business ModelConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyForecast AssumptionsForecast Assumptions (continued)Learn More—Next Steps




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