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Uber launches registration portal for Saudi women interested in driving for it

Thursday 14 June 2018 | 09:12 CET | News
Uber has announced a registration portal, accessed through the separate 'Masaruky' landing page on its website, for Saudi women interested in driving for Uber, once the ban preventing women from driving is lifted in Saudi Arabia. Masaruky ("your path" in Arabic) aims to increase women's participation in the workforce through access to affordable transportation, and raising women's access to flexible economic opportunities through Uber's technology. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Uber
Countries: Saudi Arabia
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