Everyone Uber thinks is its competitor

Uber filed paperwork to go public today (April 11), giving potential investors a glimpse into how the company thinks about itself, and where it hopes to go.

As part of that glimpse, Uber identifies everyone it could think of as a potential competitors. Some of them, like Lyft (which went public last month), make sense, while others, like Apple, Amazon, and grocery stores, are less obvious.

  • Delivery companies: ”GrubHub, DoorDash, Deliveroo, Swiggy, Postmates, Zomato, Delivery Hero, Just Eat, Takeaway.com, and Amazon.” It added that it sees Uber Eats as competing with “restaurants, meal kit delivery services, grocery delivery services, and traditional grocers.”


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