2018 started off positively for Grab in Vietnam. Uber’s exit handed the Singapore-based startup dominance in the local ride-hailing market. But the following 12 months saw increased competition from local startups and rising regulatory pressure.
ASEAN countries are taking a closer look at the proposed Grab-Uber merger. Both companies now face challenges, but the deal is not dead.
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.
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.
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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