Passengers can download the GrabShuttle app and pre-book seats from March 3.
Grab, a ride-hailing platform in Southeast Asia, recently announced GrabShare, the company’s first commercial carpool service that is beta-tested in Singapore.
If we want to create more unicorns in Asia, investors need to change the way they think and invest, writes angel investor Dr V. Sivapalan.
Ride-hailing startup Grab – formerly GrabTaxi, and MyTeksi before that – said it has seen “tremendous growth” since its rebranding exercise in January, with Indonesia figuring prominently.
DNA continues its weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy, from Digerati50 Vol 2. This week, we look at Anthony Tan of Grab.
From today, Grab users can hail Lyft rides in the US from within the Grab app, the first integration to roll out from a global alliance involving the two startups as well as China’s Didi Kuaidi and India’s Ola.
Grab said it has sealed a one-year partnership with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to promote road safety, provide emergency assistance, and equip Grab fleet drivers with life-saving skills and road safety knowledge.
Ride-hailing startup Grab has launched GrabHitch in Malaysia, nearly six months after it introduced the carpooling service in Singapore.
Ride-hailing startup Grab has announced the appointment of Linda Hoglund as chief financial officer (CFO).
Indonesia’s Transportation Ministry has come up with a new ministerial decree that defines ride-sharing services as transportation providers, requiring them to comply with the public transportation licensing regime within six months or be declared illegal.