Huge Competition Between the Ride-hailing Companies

Go-jek, Grab, Didi, Uber and other ride-hailing companies may be the most popular answer to get a ride easier. But do you know the tight competition between them to continue winning the both heart of their drivers and customers?


What's up in Asia #1Go-Jek Team Ups with a Taxi Company

It didn’t need months for Go-Jek to give another surprise for us. After launching a new service called “Go-Car”, recently Go-Jek just announced a cooperation with Indonesia’s largest taxi company. This is a smart step in a way to lead the industry.
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What's up in Asia #1Grab and AXA Launch PAYG Car Insurance

Grab took an interesting strategy to get more drivers for them. In a collaboration with AXA, international insurance firm, they just launched a usage-based commercial motor insurance named “Pay As You Grab” which covers part-time drivers too.
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What's up in Asia #1Apple Invests in Didi Chuxing

Didi, the Chinese ride-hailing app, just received a lot of amount of investment from Apple. This event left some thoughts about what kind of partnership will be done in the near future between Didi and this American multinational technology company.
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What's up in Asia #1Uber Offers Another Easier Way to Pay

Every payment would be easier if it could be done through one click. Uber appreciated this need by launching a join program to allow their ride-hailers to use Alipay for payment, not just for ride in China but also 400-plus cities around the world.
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Eugenia Nathasia

A social media analyst at Kesato & Co. She is also a writer. She enjoys reading and watching movies.

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