Uber’s APAC International Launcher Doug Ma is staging an MBA School Recruiting Tour this year, hosting seminars and Happy Hours at a number of Australia’s top business schools.
Founded by Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp in 2009, the company uses mobile technology to solve a “massive, offline problem: urban transport,” according to their website.
Uber acknowledges that they are still in their early days, so are calling on Australian MBA candidates to help improve their operations.
One of the first schools on the tour was the Macquarie Graduate School of Management, who hosted an Uber recruitment information session on May 19. Douglas Ma presented at the event, looking for students to join the company in primarily Operations, Finance, Strategy and Public Policy roles.