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Uber likely to embrace new payment methods, including cash, to grow in emerging markets

23/04/2014

Uber is now live in 100 cities across the world, but it is likely to embrace new payment methods, including cash, in order to realize (...)
Uber is now live in 100 cities across the world, but it is likely to embrace new payment methods, including cash, in order to realize its goal of becoming a company that is relevant in emerging markets. Speaking at the company’s launch event in Bangkok, Thailand, earlier this month, Mike Brown – Uber’s regional general manager in Southeast Asia — told The Next Web that he is “100 percent sure” that the taxi-booking firm will grow into an company with services for everyone, which means it’s likely to tweak its current payment model in some places. Right now, Uber relies on customers using credit cards — and... This story continues at The Next Web Uber is now live in 100 cities across the world, but it is likely to embrace new payment methods, including cash, in order to realize its goal of becoming a company that is relevant in emerging markets. Speaking at the company’s launch event in Bangkok, Thailand, earlier this month, Mike Brown – Uber’s regional general manager in Southeast Asia — told The Next Web that he is “100 percent sure” that the taxi-booking firm will grow into an company with services for everyone, which means it’s likely to tweak its current payment model in some places. Right now, Uber relies on customers using credit cards — and... This story continues at The Next Web
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