GV Taxi has become the latest entrant in the Vietnamese ride-hailing market currently dominated by Grab and Go-Viet.
In the digital market, Grab performs a key role in linking small- and medium-sized enterprises, supporting them to connect with customers through mobile app services.
Ride-hailing firms Grab and GoViet, a subsidiary of Indonesia's Gojek, have taken turns to announce plans to pump additional funding into expanding their services in Vietnam to win more riders in this fast growing market.
A lot of life's little and big jobs can now be taken care of quickly with a few taps on a smartphone.
Ride-hailing firm Go-Viet is looking for as many as 16 senior leaders for existing operations and a new online payment service.
Viettel Post, the delivery arm of Viettel Group, has developed ride-hailing app MyGo for car, motorbike, delivery and transport services.
Speed and delivery quality will determine the growth of the e-commerce market in the time to come, according to the Vietnam E-commerce Association (Vecom).
Public buses in Ho Chi Minh City are getting fewer passengers due to increasing competition from ride-hailing services, according to municipal officials.
In the fierce competition in the online food ordering market, worth $33 million as estimated by Euromonitor, players need to have good technology but also many delivery people to win.
Singapore-based tech firm Mass Vehicle Ledger (MLV) has launched its ride-hailing app TADA in Ho Chi Minh City.
Seventeen traditional taxi operators have forged a new partnership to use the same technology platform in order to win back customers from foreign ride-hailing services providers, including Grab.
Ride-hailing firm Grab has asserted that it did not breach Vietnam’s competition laws, contesting authorities’ definitions and interpretations.
The nation’s first ride hailing app, FastGo, is set to hit the road in Indonesia and Myanmar later this year.
Vietnamese ride-hailing services are struggling to compete with foreign firms Grab and Go-Viet due to a lack of resources.
The Vietnamese online food ordering market worth US$33 million is controlled mostly by foreign players.
Just when the app-based ride-hailing market in HCMC was trying to cool down following the recent significant debut of the giant Go-Jek, locally named Go-Viet, another local firm, Go-ixe, has announced plans to join the ride-hailing race, promising to offer quality services at competitive prices, reported the local media.
Go-Viet's attractive perks for drivers are motivating many to shift from Grab, and the market leader is responding.
Go-Viet’s attractive perks for drivers are motivating many to shift from Grab, and the market leader is responding.
Ride-hailing brand Go-Viet of Indonesian firm Go-Jek will begin operations in 12 districts in HCM City in early August, providing the ride-hailing service Go-Bike and on-demand delivery service Go-Send.