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The companies will launch programs to accelerate EV adoption in the region
What would you do if he delivered your order?
Have a gripe you want to share regarding your Grab order? Perhaps a late delivery, subpar food, or messy packaging? If you live in Singapore, one day you might just get the opportunity to bring your concern straight to the top of
Subject to availability of vaccine supply
Grab already announced it will be giving free COVID-19 vaccines to its driver and rider partners in Southeast Asia. Well, it appears Grab Philippines will be starting its initiative for its delivery partners through the GrabBayanihan Vaccination Support Program.The program
Driver and rider partners in good standing will be eligible for the free vaccine
Grab said drivers and delivery riders in Southeast Asia will be given free vaccines under a $20 million (P972.5 million) initiative to keep its partners at work during the pandemic.Drivers and riders who have completed a ride or delivery within
Give back to the community by purchasing these P299 ‘Salamat sa Ani’ gift sets
Farmers have been our unsung heroes throughout this pandemic. Some of us may not realize it, but without these people, we literally wouldn't be able to put food on the table.So now, a year into this global health crisis, Grab
Having a hard time booking deliveries lately?
In case you are having a hard time booking your deliveries, a new on-demand delivery service app has joined the market to help meet the growing demand. Amigo is the latest product by Project Move, Inc. and it connects customers to
Did you watch any of these?
The year 2020 will be remembered as the year when we discovered dalgona coffee, started the journey of becoming a plantito/plantita, and watched almost all of Netflix. It will be the year we were made to stay at home and turn
The two industry giants in Southeast Asia might be joining businesses soon
Some big news for the region: Grab and Gojek, two Southeast Asian ride-hailing giants, are reportedly closing in on a merger. According to Bloomberg, the two companies have made "substantial progress in working out a deal to combine their businesses."But
The new payment method will be rolled out soon
Even before the pandemic, about 70% of GrabCar riders still preferred to pay by cash. But after the government-mandated cashless transactions to stop the spread of COVID-19, people have been slow to give up their cash in favor of safer
As well as in Pampanga, Cebu, and other locations
At the start of September, Grab Philippines announced that GrabCar and GrabTaxi rides were once again available until midnight. Well, now that restrictions on public transportation have eased up even further, the company has just announced that its ride-hailing services will
Grace Vera Cruz assumes the post effective October 15
Grab Philippines has named Grace Vera Cruz as its new country head, effective October 15.Vera Cruz replaces Brian Cu, who led the Singapore-based company's operations in the country since it was launched in the Philippines seven years ago. He
May his story inspire you
Remember the viral photo of a Grab rider attending online classes on the side of the road between deliveries? His name is Francis John 'Ax' Valerio and he's a third-year college working student at Adamson University. Valerio has been riding
Just don’t try to order booze to go with your midnight snack
Has lockdown turned your work schedule and sleeping hours completely upside down? Yep, same. But here's some small consolation, if you're prone to late-night cravings that have gone unheeded these past few months: GrabFood will be back on 24/
For Metro Manila, Cebu and Pampanga
Grab, which resumed operations under general community quarantine (GCQ) on August 19, has just announced it is extending the operating hours of its ride-hailing services.GrabCar and GrabTaxi, which could only accept passengers until 10pm upon resuming trips during GCQ, will
You can book again starting tomorrow
Well, for better or for worse, Metro Manila is once again shifting back to general community quarantine (GCQ). President Rodrigo Duterte announced the move late last night during a press conference, and along with it, the resumption of public transportation in a
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