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Uber opens its headquarters in Kiev

Опубликовано : 4-10-2017, 06:13 | Категория: World news   

Uber opens its headquarters in Kiev


Employees of the company will expand more than twice, the general manager of the region

International technology company Uber, the creator of a mobile application with the same name for calling cars with a driver, is building a room in Kiev to house its headquarters.
As the general manager of Uber in Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Belarus and Kazakhstan Alexey Stakh said, the staff with a staff of 50 people will coordinate work in Ukraine, Belarus, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.
He added that today in the Uber office in Ukraine 20 people work.
Among other things, speaking of the company's plans, Stakh noted interest in working in all regional centers of the country, in particular in Zaporozhye, Krivoy Rog and Nikolaev.
Answering the questions, Stach added that the company is exploring the possibility of introducing a certain product Uber Kids - the order of cars with children's chairs.
As you know, Uber is an international technology company, the creator of the mobile application of the same name for calling cars with a personal driver. The application works in more than 450 cities and 73 countries. In Ukraine, Uber service is available from 2016 and now operates in Kiev, Odessa, Lviv, Dnipro and Kharkov.

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