Fintech emerged as a direct challenge to the dominance of traditional banks. But banks and fintech companies are increasingly defining a unique relationship of mutual patronage.
As Go-Jek launches the beta version of its app in Singapore, the e-payment turf war is heating up.
Uber’s withdrawal from Singapore opened up the ride-hailing market. Indonesian challenger Go-Jek may be the first to make significant inroads.
ASEAN countries are taking a closer look at the proposed Grab-Uber merger. Both companies now face challenges, but the deal is not dead.
The new platform will offer micro-financing products and services for Southeast Asia (SEA). It will be a strong contender to become the top choice of underbanked consumers.
Softbank’s investment in Uber is a potential game-changer in the region. Merger or partnerships between Grab and Uber may be happening soon.
It has now been a trend for start-ups to carry out payment service.
Local Indonesian ride-hailing app Go-Jek challenges the regional competitor Grab’s existing market share in Indonesia.
As cases of taxi fare evasion rise, it might be time for taxi drivers to embrace cashless payment systems.
Singapore bought into the sharing economy dream early, but as established industries feel the pressure of new sharing schemes, has the dream become a nightmare?