Grab invests in startups in farming to shared kitchens to grow its super-app

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  • Tuesday, 09 Jul 2019

Grab is putting a second batch of 10 startups through a 16-week programme. The startups will be able to test whether there is a market for their services.

Want to know what new businesses Grab is thinking of going into next? Look at what startups they are investing in or helping to build.

When Anthony Tan, co-founder and chief executive of the Singapore-based firm stood onstage a year ago at a conference in Singapore to announce the creation of a venture capital arm, he called it a “pay it forward” moment.

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