Experiential Marketing

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Uber Rideshare Kiosks

Elevate was one of the best on-site activation marketers we’ve ever worked with at Uber

Elevate worked with UBER to pilot their newest innovative product, rideshare kiosks at Toronto airport. UBER deemed the pilot a success, and with further product development, UBER is looking to expand the product to various international airports across the world. The data and consumer feedback collected and provided by Elevate’s BA team and compiled via Elevate’s IMPACT Data & Reporting System, is being used for the development of product version 2.0​.



Delivery of staffing

Activation Expansion

Due to it’s success, the client is looking to expand the product into airports nationwide

Data and Insights

Data and feedback from the Elevate team is being used for version 2.0.​

What We Did

We are highly selective about who we hire and only choose people who embody the same passion and commitment as our clients. From brand ambassadors and demo specialists to emcees and promotional models, we have what you need to breathe life into your experiential and event marketing campaigns anytime, anywhere.

How We Did It

Elevate provided 50 enthusiastic brand ambassadors who knew the product and the brand’s audience inside out. The 3-week campaign covered more than 150 stores leading up to key retail periods: Mothers Day, Fathers Day, and Christmas.

Elevate was one of the best on-site activation marketers we’ve ever worked with at Uber. They went above and beyond in helping us successfully launch the Uber Rider Kiosk at Toronto Pearson Airport. They were passionate and attentive at every step of the way – training, promoting, sharing customer feedback. I would recommend them to any other company – big or small – in heartbeat.

Adam Gartenberg, Esq.

  • RiSE Concepts Team – Product & Strategy Manager

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