Uber's co-founder just shared the company's original pitch deck from 2008 -- take a look

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In a post shared Wednesday on his Medium account, Uber co-founder Garrett Camp opened a window to the early days of the ride-hailing app.

Before it was conquering the world and its name was regularly used as a verb, Uber was just an idea that Camp has a good feeling about. 

In this pitch deck from 2008, we get a lot of insights into what would eventually become a ubiquitous service and change the way people get from place to place. With all the headlines that Uber has made in the past year, it’s interesting to look back and see where it all started. 

 Check it out below: 

Uber Deck by Anonymous YfaDWkmF8n on Scribd

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