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?
Founded in 2012, Grab has made numerous headlines in recent years as it expanded throughout Asia. Grab could be the biggest disruptor of businesses in ASEAN region in the next 5 years.
Grab will no longer just be a ride hailing service. Based on their appetite for growth and the companies they have been acquiring, Grab will morph into payments, fintech and e-commerce.
Grab (Uber’s rival worth US$3 billion) launched a trial of taxi hailing service in Myanmar.
Uber is ready to take on the ASEAN market but so are its rivals. Will they be able to get market leadership in this rapidly growing industry?
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