The Uber CEO is very pleased with the performance of the company so far, according to Kevin Systrom, who recently joined Uber’s board of directors.
According to Systrom who is a long-time Uber investor, the company has exceeded expectations in every category.
“We love customers,” Systrom told Reuters.
“That is what drove our success.
We have a very passionate and loyal customer base.”
Uber has a history of delivering on promises and making its promises.
In October of 2017, the ride-hailing company was awarded a $2 billion investment from Uber and was given a 10-year, $1.8 billion revolving credit facility.
Since then, Uber has increased the number of drivers and has launched new service tiers.
Systrom said that Uber’s drivers were excited about the new venture, but were worried about how they would get to the airport.
Uber is also ramping up its mobile and digital marketing efforts.
The company is looking to expand its presence in the United States and Europe, and is also looking to launch a new service in Germany, he added.
It’s not just Uber drivers who are excited about their ride-sharing service.
Several top executives from major tech companies are onboarding the ride sharing company.
Earlier this year, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Apple CEO Tim Cook announced plans to join Uber’s team.
Dorsey and Cook were both former Uber employees.
Additionally, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has been working on Uber’s platform for over a year.
Nadella said in an interview with Reuters that he wanted to help Uber to “get better at the customer experience and improve it to a level that people want to pay for.”
Dora said that he and Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick were always trying to help each other out.
Kalanick said that the two of them have had a great relationship since he started Uber, and that they’re both very committed to getting Uber into the future.
During a Q&A session with investors on Tuesday, Systrom said Uber’s success will help the company grow, which he believes will lead to more success for the company in the future, as well.
If Uber’s ride-share business continues to grow, the future of the ride share service could be very bright indeed, he said.