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.
Grab, the World Bank, and the Philippines’ Department of Transportation and Communications have launched an open data initiative to address traffic congestion and road safety challenges.
Uber and Grab have got a reprieve in Indonesia, with the Ministry of Communications and Information deciding not to impose a ban on their operations despite a formal request from the Ministry of Transportation.
Uber has launched a pilot bike service in Bangkok, where rival Grab has already been running a similar service, confident it can fend off the competition with its ‘cultural edge.’
Looking beyond its business model, funding, new brand and its market traction, at its core, Grab is a digital disruptor, writes Karamjit Singh.
We all know Anthony Tan and why he cofounded GrabTaxi, but little is known about his cofounder Tan Hooi Ling, writes Benjamin Cher.
Ride-hailing startup GrabTaxi has renamed itself Grab, launching a new logo and service to drive home the point.
NEXT Academy has raised US$300K in a pre-seed round that would accelerate its goal of teaching a million people in South-East Asia coding and growth hacking skills over the next five years.
As the risk appetite declines, the propensity for investors to continue supporting multibillion-dollar funding rounds at sky-high valuations will understandably wane, writes Justin Hall.
Ridzki berpengalaman selama 20 tahun di berbagai perusahaan multinasional Perannya memimpin ekspansi GrabTaxi dan mengawasi program-program lokal