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Grab, a leading everyday superapp, and McDonald’s Singapore, a global quick service restaurant chain, today announced a wide-ranging partnership aimed at transforming the quick service restaurant experience in Singapore. This first-of-its-kind collaboration in Southeast Asia will see the integration of GrabPay and GrabRewards with McDonald’s online and in-store ordering experience, the expansion of McDonald’s on-demand …

Mastercard and Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading superapp, today announced a regional partnership to advance digital and financial inclusion in Southeast Asia (SEA). This partnership will provide millions of informal workers and small businesses on the Grab platform access to digital upskilling opportunities to create more pathways and income opportunities for them. According to the recently …

Southeast Asia’s online food delivery spend is expected to grow more than two times faster than the total foodservice spend in the region over the next five years at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24.4% versus 12.1%. Growth is expected to be fastest in emerging markets such as Myanmar, Vietnam and the Philippines, …

Grab Singapore announced that it has launched a new financial literacy (FinLit) programme for Grab driver- and delivery- partners. The programme will be part of the GrabAcademy initiative which covers all aspects of our partners’ training needs – from onboarding, personal and professional development to career transition. GrabAcademy is part of the broader GrabForGood initiative …

Grab Singapore today announced its 2030 Transport Sustainability Goal, where it has committed to operate via a full fleet running on cleaner energy by 2030. This goal is set as part of the broader GrabForGood initiative that seeks to positively impact three core groups – People, Partners and the Planet. As one of its first …

Grab today announced the launch of GrabSupermarket in Singapore, as part of its strategic expansion of GrabMart, Grab’s on-demand everyday goods delivery service. Grab will partner with HAO[1], one of the fastest growing supermarket chains in Singapore, to offer consumers over 10,000 products with next-day delivery. This partnership aims to meet a rapidly growing market …

Grab today announced a holistic support programme comprising various new and enhanced initiatives to provide stronger support for driver-partners in sustaining a livelihood on the Grab platform. During the height of the pandemic last year, ridership plummeted drastically, and has yet to return to pre-pandemic levels[1]. With the introduction of Phase 2 Heightened Alert (P2HA), …

Grab Singapore announced a pilot robot runner service at Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ) Mall, starting the second week of June. The robot runner will help to consolidate orders across several restaurants within the mall before handing them off to delivery-partners at a central collection point for last-mile delivery. Through this pilot service, it is projected …

Grab announced the launch of GrabAssist Plus, a dedicated fleet of wheelchair accessible vehicles. It empowers non-critical wheelchair and Personal Mobility Aids (PMAs) users to travel to selected healthcare institutions seamlessly, without having to dismount from their wheelchairs throughout the journey. GrabAssist Plus offers mobility solutions for an underserved market of wheelchair users, who are …

Grab and Microsoft announced three training and development programmes aimed at empowering driver- and delivery-partners as well as students with digital skills to help them capture IT related job and traineeship opportunities. The expanded partnership aims to benefit up to 5,000 driver and delivery-partners, and 250 tertiary students by the end of 2021. Grab driver- and …