Jain will be responsible for the APAC region, which includes Australia, New Zealand, and North Asia, in addition to India and South Asia.
US-based cab aggregator Uber has elevated its India and South Asia head Amit Jain as a regional general manager for Asia Pacific region, reports PTI. In his new role, Jain will be responsible for scaling up Uber’s operation in APAC region, which includes Australia, New Zealand, and North Asia, India and South Asia.
An Uber spokesperson says in an e-mailed statement. , “Amit Jain, currently, President of Uber India and South Asia will be stepping up to lead our ridesharing operations as the new Regional General Manager, APAC.”
Regarding his appointment, Jain, head of Asia Pacific, Uber says, “I am really excited to be stepping up to lead Uber's ridesharing operations in APAC. We have amazing people doing phenomenal work, here at Uber, and I am excited to work with them to grow and expand our business in APAC. We will remain committed, offer the best ride experiences to our riders, creating sustainable economic opportunities for our driver partners, and redefining the future of urban mobility in our cities across the region.”