Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing has advertised online for a range of jobs in Mexico as it prepares to break into the country, one of rival Uber’s regional strongholds.
Didi Chuxing plans this year to launch a smartphone app in Mexico and to recruit drivers to the platform, Reuters reported last month. The expansion underscores Didi’s growing interest in Mexico and, more broadly, Latin America, a market where Uber Technologies Inc doubled down after Didi drove it out of China.
A spokesman for Didi declined to comment. The company is the second-most highly valued, venture-backed private firm in the world, after Uber.Over the past two weeks, Didi has advertised on LinkedIn for eight jobs based in the Mexico City area, postings on the social network show.
The company is hiring for roles in government affairs, public relations, marketing and driver operations, among other fields.Uber stressed its commitment to Mexico, noting its read more