While most disruption has been practical need based, here we have a platform which focuses on fulfilling dreams. Dreams and not just wishes. Dreams that can’t be bought by money or in a store either.
Uber Dreams is a start-up e-Commerce platform built to fulfill your dreams with uniquely curated experiences and online auctions.
Uber Dreams has tied up with a number of powerful and senior personalities to showcase them on their platform. The company is all set to launch 'Uber Dreams Auctions'. Personalities like, Mohit Burman of Dabur / Aviva Life Insurance, Anupam Mittal, Virat Kohli, Shilpa Shettyand many more; will feature and be auctioned on the site across. The highest bidder will gain to win the offerings. While some will do mentoring sessions for start-ups and businesses, some will come in to leverage their specialty and value.
This visitors will bid for their favourite personalities online. The highest bidder will win the opportunity to spend the time and offering with the personality. This will also in-turn allow the personalities to engage with their fans making it even more exciting.
For starters, Shilpa Shetty Kundra will be on auction on the eCommerce platform for Uber Dreams marking the launch and debut of the auction series. Uber Dreams has engaged the business and sports entrepreneur and fitness guru Shilpa Shetty who will be live on auction on March 10 to 15, 2017 on their portal. The highest bidder will get to spend 2 days with her for a health and wellness weekend.
Uber Dreams will enables users to meet and greet sports stars and screen idols, to get romantic meals cooked by Michelin Star chefs at their home, to attend mentoring sessions by business tycoons and to get internships with top companies from India and all around the globe.
What I would like to highlight here is not just the level of celebs making themselves available but how Uber Dreams has incubated the concept for Experiences and Auctions and it throws light on how top personalities, corporate / political or otherwise are increasingly viewing start-ups as a viable asset class today.