This week, WeChat and City of Helsinki launched a mini program for Chinese tourists. Meanwhile, a company called Nuvola introduced facial recognition for the hospitality sector.
This week, we turn our attention to ride-hailing companies that are taking over the world. From GoJek launching their social media accounts to Grab’s cancellation fines and to Uber’s JUMP…
“We are here and the enemy is coming from the south like in Indonesia; another force is coming from the north. China even has a wall!”
Ride-hailing company Grab is making strides in the travel sector. After it debuted its hotel booking feature, the app has launched an itinerary-based transport service.
Ride-hailing company Go-Jek has seen a slight decline in passengers as the Indonesian government enforced a new tariff increase for app-based motorcycle taxis.
Ride-hailing company Grab has announced its new hotel booking feature along with other three in-app services.
Ride-railing firm Grab Philippines offers a water delivery service in water-deprived city of Marikina.
Grab is the first ride-hailing platform that is giving banks a run for their money. The Singapore-based start-up has announced new fintech features focusing on SME micro-loans and insurtech…
Starting 11 March, Grab users can cancel rides for free within five minutes after booking.
Grab added Netflix-like video-on-demand service HOOQ into its core ride-hailing app. The company, which is valued at USD 11 billion and raising a USD 5 billion round, already offers a range…
It is that time of the week again. This time, we saw millions being secured by start-ups hinting the forthcoming innovations in various sectors.
Coming from the heels of Microsoft’s strategic investment in Grab, the ride-hailing company in Southeast Asia received a fresh capital from travel firm Booking Holdings.
Loyalty and benefits company Collinson has invested in Grab, an airport e-commerce platform that simplifies mobile ordering of airport necessities.