A portable ride-sharing organization based in San Francisco called UberCab initially set out its journey in 2009 by Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp, nonetheless, near the middle of 2010 its app was finally released.
At the very beginning of 2010, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was just looking for appointing some employees for the first time and he Tweeted this “Looking 4 entrepreneurial product mgr/biz-dev killer 4 a location based service.. pre-launch, BIG equity, big peeps involved–ANY TIPS??”
In those days, Uber was still fresh out of the box new. It had just propelled UberCab Beta in San Francisco, its first market. Also, you could find an auto from away by utilizing an iPhone application or by means of SMS.
By the first season of 2012, Uber looked forward beyond its own territory and set up its foot around the world. Fast forward a couple of years, and Uber is currently one of the most sizzling organizations in Silicon Valley and the most lavishly esteemed.
Starting today, Uber operates in more than 300 cities, and it’s a worldwide organization that is said to be worth as much as $62 billion.
With the help of the Wayback Machine, here’s Uber’s first site all the way from 2010: