This Saturday, May 2, clean out your closets and let Uber take care of the rest with #UberSpringCleaning
Nepal was rocked by a 7.9 magnitude earthquake Saturday, April 25th. The tremor, and it’s aftershock, centered just 40 miles from Kathmandu, left hundreds dead, and laid many homes and historic sites in ruin.
The devastating impact of the quake was felt across the world, and particularly in Dubai, a city home to more than 150,000 Nepalese immigrants
On April 22nd, Uber, together with the Harvard Business School Club of the GCC and the Harvard Kennedy School Alumni Network of the UAE, bring together Sultan Al Qassemi in conversation with David Plouffe, Uber SVP widely known as the ‘architect’ of President Obama’s two campaigns, on creating the right eco-system for technology and innovation to thrive.
On April 25th, Robbie Williams brings his brand new “Let Me Entertain You Tour” to the du Arena on Yas Island, and we’ve teamed up with Flash Entertainment to bring you another #UberExclusive concert experience.
Traveling from Dubai? We’ve got you covered with exclusive Uber ticket packages (check out details below). All that’s left to do is let Robbie entertain you, and Uber get you there in style.
Dubai is starting to heat up! Here are a few of our favorite happenings to get you out and about the city to enjoy the beautiful weather:
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s #SuperUber! Uber’s uberX-men have been working hard to keep Dubai safe and stylish. With ETA’s faster than a speeding bullet, and the power to bring safe and reliable luxury to your door at the tap of a button, Uber makes everyone feel like they have super powers.
Where better to put those #UberPowers to good use than the Middle East Film & Comic Con (MFECC). The costumes will be crazier, the venue fuller, and entertainment hotter at this year’s global pop culture festival.
In 2007, the United Nations named April 2nd World Autism Awareness Day. To raise awareness of autism across the globe, Autism Speaks founded the Light It Up Blue campaign. Individuals, families, buildings, companies, governments and local autism organizations can participate in this campaign