GV Taxi has become the latest entrant in the Vietnamese ride-hailing market currently dominated by Grab and Go-Viet.
Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the retail market in Vietnam in the first quarter of this year still recorded positive results from e-commerce, online shopping and delivery services.
From April 23, ride-hailing apps in Vietnam have resumed operations in some localities after the three-week suspension in response to social distancing orders.
VOV.VN - There have been no scenes of crowds rushing to stockpile goods at supermarkets around Hanoi on the first day of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s order on social distancing coming into force.
Vietnam is considered an attractive market with massive potential for the development of super apps. However, looking back on the past year, super apps still face difficulties in acquiring market share, despite burning through tremendous amounts of capital.
Nguyen Thai Hai Van will commence her role as Vietnam CEO of Singapore-based ride-hailing giant Grab on February 1.
An economic expert has said e-wallet firms are breaking out promotions to try and win large chunks of the high potential market in Vietnam.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked the Ministry of Transport to speed up the revision of the draft decree about transportation service businesses and submit it to the Government for promulgation before December 30.
Overcoming human resources problems, understanding local cultures and finding reliable partners are needed for Vietnamese start-ups to “go global,” the CEO of Grab Financial Group Vietnam Nguyen Tuan Anh has said.
The large market and great potential of the non-cash payment sector in Vietnam explain why investors keep pouring money into payment technology firms, though the firms continue making losses.
Online buyers in Vietnam are increasingly impatient, driving the war on delivery speed.
Opportunities will slip through Vietnamese firms’ hands if a sandbox is not developed soon, NextTech chairman Nguyen Hoa Binh said at a conference on November 7.
As more online restaurants come to the fore, the opening of Vietnam’s first cloud kitchen is expected to completely transform how restaurants are both operated and managed.
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.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc gave a reception to SoftBank Group Corp’s Chairman and CEO Masayoshi Son in Tokyo on October 22 as part of his trip to Japan to attend the coronation ceremony of Emperor Naruhito.
The rapid development of the IT revolution has helped startups generate a buzz in the social circle, establishing a new era of promoting globalisation in all sectors while building a new economy – the sharing economy.
A new service, now available on Grab’s app, allows customers to look at schedules and book tickets from the ride-hailing giant’s partner bus operators.
Grab launched a shared kitchen in Vietnam on Tuesday to cater to the growing demand for food delivery.
The market is on track to hit US$4 billion by 2025, becoming the fourth in the region, after Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand.
Ride-hailing giant Grab has followed Russian delivery firm Dostavista and local ride-hailing app Be to invest in express delivery services.