2015 looks to have been another stunning year for Southeast Asian startups. According to Tech in Asia’s database, total venture capital funding from Q3 of 2014 ...
Go-Jek’s and GrabBike’s ubiquitous presence has inspired many me-too products In Indonesia. Do they stand a chance? Are some even real?
Almost a year after Go-Jek launched a courier service attached to its on-demand motorcycles, GrabTaxi’s GrabBike follows suit.
Dodge trucks and Bajajas like a pro while bringing your passenger to their destination in one piece.
After a decrease in the fare drivers receive per kilometer, Go-Jek is now taking an additional cut for its jackets and helmets. Some drivers are protesting this...
Go-Jek now has 200k drivers. The CEO says his company is fearless and wants to be the single app for all on-demand services in Indonesia.
A Go-Jek office in Jakarta had its window shot out on Sunday. Police have yet to make an arrest, and speculation of those responsible has spread in the capital.
Jakarta’s congested streets need more people switching to public transport. The Go-Jek Busway link-up could help.
Riding a motorcycle to earn money is a man’s job, most Indonesians think. LadyJek wants to create equal opportunities for women.
From ecommerce to travel to health to real estate, these young women are pushing through barriers and building Indonesia’s future tech companies.
Go-Jek founder Nadiem Makarim has been hush-hush about the funding around town in Jakarta. Today, Sequoia publicly showcases the startup in its portfolio.
Meet the brains behind Go-Jek and GrabTaxi at Tech in Asia Jakarta 2015. Find out how they became the go-to travel solutions in beating Asia’s traffic chaos.
Go-Jek’s Nadiem Makarim says logistics is the key to everything. Here’s the backstory on one of Indonesia’s hottest tech startups and its CEO.
At Tokopedia’s 6th birthday, the startup revealed it’s now collaborating with Go-Jek. This could be the beginning of a strong partnership.
Go-Jek’s fleet of motorcycle drivers is swelling up to 20,000. That’s more drivers than the largest taxi company currently has in Jakarta.
But both services are taking their flat rate promos a bit too far.
Speculation about which motorcycle startup is going to win the market is all the buzz in Jakarta. Here’s a visual comparison to help you place your bet.
Ride tech is a rare space where street traffic is just as valuable as web traffic. Go-Jek and GrabBike slug it out in Jakarta’s congested roadways.
After all, it is literally giving away free rides right now with its launch promotion. Meanwhile, its main local competitor, Go-Jek, has partnerships with over ...