Ride-sharing app MiCab to ease the lives of Metro Manila commuters
Don’t worry about Uber and Grab’s “demise”. There’s a new ride-sharing app in town.
Philam Life ensures protection of GrabTaxi drivers
Statistics show that at least 257 taxi drivers face road accidents a year, as reported by the MMDA. Be it fatal or not, lives are always at stake. That is why it is important to get insurance not only for the car but for the driver as well.
Love horseback riding? Book a ride now with GrabHorse!
Baguio’s much-awaited flower festival just got more exciting with GrabHorse, a campaign from Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing app, which lets its users try horseback riding in Wright Park for free. Accessed through the Grab app, the feature is available from February 26 to 28.
GrabTaxi Rebrands To Grab To Reflect Market Dominance in Southeast Asia
GrabTaxi, Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing platform, rebrands to Grab today. The new Grab encompasses all the company’s services: taxis (GrabTaxi), private car services (GrabCar), motorcycle taxis (GrabBike), social carpooling (GrabHitch) and last mile delivery (GrabExpress), under one umbrella brand.
#GrabItBeatIt: GrabCar’s awareness campaign for early breast cancer detection
In support of breast cancer awareness month, GrabCar has launched the #GrabItBeatIt campaign across Southeast Asia this October to encourage women to conduct self-examination and stress the importance of early detection.
GrabTaxi receives over US$350 million in additional funding
This brings GrabTaxi’s total funding to approximately US$700 million and makes it one of the best funded startups in the history of Southeast Asia. GrabTaxi first launched in Manila, Philippines in July 2013, and quickly expanded into Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Bacolod and Baguio.
GrabTaxi brings safe and convenient transportation to Baguio City
Baguio is the 6th city in the Philippines that GrabTaxi operates in. The app first launched in Manila in 2012 followed by Cebu, Davao City, Iloilo, Bacolod and now Baguio.
GrabCar is the first LTFRB-accredited Transport Network Company in the Philippines
GrabCar is now very legal. As in.