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Car service startup Uber launches new perks program for business travelers

Excerpt from GigaOm

Feb 08, 2013 12:45 am

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Uber highlights its “employer-friendly” management system that allows companies to award and deduct credits, but it will still be fellow startups, not major corporations, that sign on for the program at this point.

— Samantha Shankman

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What’s a good way to get  more people hooked on Uber cars? The company is hoping that introducing them to Uber at work through a company program — Uber’s first foray into enterprise — isn’t a bad bet.

The company wrote in a blog post Thursday that it’s rolling out Uber perks to allow companies to distribute Uber credits to all their employees, designed for the size and scale of a particular group.

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