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Strategic Marketing – Uber’s Secret Ingredient for Success
May 11, 2016
In 2008, two young men had trouble getting a cab to stop for them in Paris. Eight short years later, Uber has revolutionized the way we think of local transportation, having expanded to 409 cities, millions of users, and a multibillion dollar company. What was the secret ingredient that made Uber a successful startup? Find out by joining us on May 11th to hear from Uber representative Brian Hughes on how they began, how to market an app successfully, building a double-sided market place, and how to reach a critical mass of users.
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General Manager – San Diego & Hawaii, Uber
Brian Hughes is the General Manager for Uber’s San Diego and Hawaii businesses. As General Manager, Brian manages operations, marketing, and local regulatory concerns while growing the business. Before joining Uber in May 2014, Brian graduated from West Point and Harvard Business School and served as a Ranger-qualified Captain in the US Army in Iraq and Afghanistan.[/wc_column][/wc_row]
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Wednesday, May 11, 2016
5:30PM Registration & Reception
6:00PM Program Begins
7:30PM Program Ends
LOCATION & SPONSOR:
3580 Carmel Mountain Road, #300
San Diego, CA 92130
Pre-Registration: (Pre-registration closes at noon on 5/10/16)
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