American Express, the world's largest card issuer by purchase volume, today announced tie-up with on-demand mobility solutions provider, Uber, in India. The tie-up allows AmEx to integrate its Corporate Card programs with Uber's corporate platform 'Uber for Business'. American Express is the first Card to be accepted on the central pay platform of Uber.
Indians voted online shopping (98%) as the top reason to access internet; closely followed by social networking (96%), revealed a recent survey conducted by American Express and Nielsen to gain consumer insights on online buying habits. The American Express and Nielsen survey™ titled "Understanding Online Consumers" was conducted across six cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. The survey revealed interesting insights about consumer behavior pertaining to online shopping, online banking and e-commerce, among others.
India continues to lead the world in economic confidence as Indian CFOs expect moderate growth during the year, driven largely by investments in expanding the domestic markets and exports, according to the ninth annual Global Business and Spending Monitor conducted by American Express in partnership with CFO Research.
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