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Naman Mathur has been working at Uber for over three years now. He currently works with Uber's payments and fintech team to help build and deliver products for millions of gig economy workers and Uber users worldwide. Prior to that, Naman worked with Uber's emerging markets team in Bangalore, where he co-defined a vision for a more inclusive company, an Uber for everyone and everywhere. This unlocked the next wave of millions of riders in emerging markets like Brazil, Mexico, the Middle East, and Africa. He also led foundational and practical research for Uber Lite and Uber on Web. These projects created a playbook unique to Uber to define more inclusive digital products. Naman has helped build a strong voice and empathy for consumers in these markets.

Naman has experience working with myriad digital products. His passion lies between human nature and the power of technology. He is a believer in the power of tech and an avid student of it. With a total experience of more than 7 years covering varied research topics and user segments, he has worked on various research projects using both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Educating and mentoring a new generation of inclusive design researchers completes his passion for learning. Throughout his career, he has shared his learnings far and wide, mentoring junior team members and educating seniors about their blind spots.

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