Ride Sharing

A new challenger arrives with social ride-sharing service Dacsee
Aims to be the alternative ride-sharing service to Grab in Malaysia.
Anthony Tan’s billion $ monetisation challenge
No entrepreneur in Southeast Asia has ever raised as much funding for their company as Malaysian Anthony Tan has. His challenge will now be to justify the valuation accorded to him.
Opportunities in digital there to be seized, speed is of essence
Accenture Malaysia leads a discussion between the Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Khazanah Nasional and the Employees Provident Fund on digital transformation and its implications for Malaysia.
Big Blue Taxi introduces e-ticketing system
Aiming to help tourists avoid getting fleeced, Big Blue Taxi launches new e-ticketing system
Grab announces partnership with SkyPark Terminal
Travellers will now able to book their Grab rides through a Grab kiosk located in the airport Also launched GrabCar (6-seater)  
Grab appoints Ming Maa as its president
Ming has over 12 years of finance and investment experience He will be responsible for driving corporate development activities, including strategic partnerships and investment opportunities, developing and executing on new market strategies, and others  
Grab releases new GrabCar fares, but is it lower than Uber?
Grab, the largest ride hailing company in South East Asia, introduces its new GrabCar fares. How competitive are the new rates? Digital News Asia finds out.
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