Marriott inks integration deal with Grab

Marriott will gradually integrate into Grab’s platform across food delivery, payments, transport, loyalty and rewards, and advertising


Grab and Singtel partner to apply for digital banking licence in Singapore

A look at Grab and Singtel’s formation of a consortium to apply for a digital banking licence in Singapore


Grab in talks over spinning out financial services unit, plans to add thousands of jobs

Grab is reportedly in having discussions with both Alibaba’s Ant Financial and PayPal over spinning out its financial services unit, as it also looks to double its staff in Singapore.


Grab picks up $1.46bn from SoftBanks super fund

Grab is the latest recipient of an investment from the SoftBank Vision Fund, securing $1.46bn in capital and bringing the total financing gained in its current Series H round to


Google predicts Southeast Asias eCommerce market to exceed $100bn by 2025

Google is looking to Southeast Asia as one of the most vital interney economies of the future, following the release of its 2018 e-Conomy Southeast Asia report, which has predicted


Grab invests $250m in Indonesian startups to assert dominance

Ride-hailing platform Grab has announced plans to invest $250m (£194m) in Indonesian startups over the next three years through its Grab Ventures firm as the company attempts to secure its


Grab to introduce 200 electric cars next year

Southeast Asian ride-hailing firm Grab has partnered with the Singapore Power (SP) Group to increase the number of electric vehicles (EVs) in its fleet of taxis. The deal will see


Grab Introduces omnichannel ad business

Ride-hailing firm Grab has launched an advertising unit to enable brands to reach consumers in Southeast Asia both inside and outside of vehicles. Through GrabAds, brands are able to utilise


Grab picks up $2bn to fuel its continued growth in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asian ride hailing firm Grab has raised another $2bn in its current funding round as it looks to expand the range of online-to-offline (O2O) services it offers. The latest


Grab-Uber merger faces challenge from Singapore regulator

Back in March, ride-hailing platform Grab acquired rival Uber’s Southeast Asia business – a deal that saw Uber pick up a 27.5 per cent stake in Grab. Now, the deal

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