Four CEOs of ride-hailing firms had to leave in 2019. Go-Viet witnessed the biggest high-ranking personnel changes.
CEO of ride-hailing service Be resigns
Tran Thanh Hai, CEO of the ride-hailing service Be, has stepped down after two years at the head of the service, which he joined in the beginning days.
Gojek, Grab seek to expand services in Vietnam
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.
GrabFood may be disadvantaged by high commission rates
In case GrabFood continues to charge 20-25 per cent commission for local vendors, it may lose ground to Go-Viet and Now.
Go-Viet running out of gas?
To get ahead in the competition with Grab, Go-Viet needs a strategy other than “burning money” to increase its market share, especially as they are running on a tighter budget than Grab.