GrabPlatform is a suite of APIs for partners to integrate their services with Grab.
A ‘hyperlocal’ focus seems to be working for online grocery platform, creating more agriculture potential.
The on-demand grocery platform maintains its position in the local market by building partnerships and educating customers about this new environment.
Some insightful startup sharing from three leading startups in the region offer food for thought for anyone already on their roller-coaster startup ride or those thinking of starting theirs.
Tesco Malaysia has partners with HappyFresh to expand its capability to meet on-demand online grocery delivery services in the Klang Valley.
Indonesia’s huge population and growing middle-class have given rise to a plethora of e-grocers, all hoping to tap into this huge market and reap a profit.
Online grocery platform HappyFresh has successfully raised a fresh round of funding led Samena Capital, with existing investors Vertex Ventures, SinarMas Digital Ventures and Endeavor Catalyst also taking part.
On the one hand, Indonesia seeks to become the biggest digital economy in the region and is wooing foreign investors and technology companies; while on the other, it is tightening the regulatory noose.
Online grocery startup HappyFresh has opened an office in the Philippines, its fifth in Asia, and also announced the appointment of Isabel ‘Pao’ Barientos as MD.
KL-based beauty startup Favful has raised pre-seed funding of 'over US$100,000' from Singaporean venture capital firm Segnel Venture and Silicon Valley-based 500 Startups.