The rise of Uber has been nothing short of remarkable. From its humble beginnings in 2009, the company now operates in over 900 cities across 69 countries and completed 5 billion trips by May 2017. In Q2 2020, 78 million riders used Uber's services each month while their Eats service reached $30 billion in annual bookings for Q2 2021. With 3.9 million drivers worldwide as of 2018 and revenue totaling $11.13 billion for 2020, it is clear that Uber has become a major player on the global stage when it comes to transportation and delivery services.
Uber drivers have collectively earned an impressive amount since the company began operations - they made $14.17 billion back in 2018 alone. There were 6.9 million users from the United States using Uber's ride-sharing services that same year too; with 67% market share within America during 2019 this number is likely much higher today. Worldwide rides provided by Uber totaled 6
Uber Statistics Overview
Uber's revenue for 2020 was $11.13 billion.
The fact that Uber's revenue for 2020 was $11.13 billion is a testament to the company's success and growth over the years. It is a clear indication that Uber has become a major player in the transportation industry and is continuing to expand its reach. This statistic is a great example of how Uber has become a major force in the industry and is continuing to make strides in the market.
There were 6.9 million Uber users in the United States in 2017.
This statistic is a testament to the immense popularity of Uber in the United States. It shows that millions of people have embraced the convenience and affordability of the ride-sharing service, making it one of the most successful companies in the country. This statistic is a key indicator of Uber's success and is an important part of understanding the company's impact on the transportation industry.
Uber's market share in the United States in 2019 was 67%.
This statistic is a testament to Uber's success in the United States in 2019, indicating that the company had a commanding presence in the market. It is a clear indication of Uber's dominance in the ride-hailing industry, and serves as a useful benchmark for comparison with other companies in the same space. This statistic is an important piece of information for anyone looking to gain insight into the current state of the ride-hailing industry in the United States.
Uber Freight's revenue for 2020 was $993 million.
The fact that Uber Freight's revenue for 2020 was $993 million is a testament to the success of the company's freight services. It shows that Uber Freight has been able to capitalize on the growing demand for efficient and reliable freight services, and that the company is well-positioned to continue to grow in the future. This impressive revenue figure is a key indicator of Uber's success and is an important statistic to consider when discussing Uber's overall performance.
Uber's gross bookings worldwide in 2019 were $65 billion.
This statistic is a testament to Uber's success in 2019, highlighting the company's impressive growth and reach. It demonstrates the sheer scale of Uber's operations, and the impact it has had on the global transportation industry. It also serves as a reminder of the company's potential for further expansion in the years to come.
As of 2021, Uber features over 500,000 restaurants on Uber Eats.
This statistic is a testament to the sheer size and scope of Uber's presence in the food delivery industry. With over 500,000 restaurants on Uber Eats, it's clear that Uber is a major player in the market and is continuing to grow. This statistic is a great example of the success Uber has had in the food delivery space and is an important part of understanding the company's overall success.
Uber has grown exponentially since its launch in 2009, and the statistics presented here demonstrate just how far it has come. From operating in over 900 cities across 69 countries to providing ride-sharing services to over 100 million customers, Uber is now a global phenomenon that continues to expand its reach. With 5 billion trips completed by May 2017 and 78 million monthly riders as of Q2 2020, Uber's success can be seen through both their revenue growth - $11.13 billion for 2020 - and customer base expansion. Additionally, with 3.9 million drivers worldwide in 2018 earning collectively $14.17 billion from 6.9 million users in the United States alone that same year, it is clear why so many people have chosen Uber as their preferred mode of transportation or delivery service provider (through Uber Eats). As such figures continue to grow each year – including 10 billion miles driven by June 2018 – there is no doubt that this trend will only increase further into 2021 and beyond.
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