CEO: Ridehailer Gojek sees rise in food delivery across markets due to coronavirus

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  • Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020

Gojek driver helmets are seen during Go-Food festival in Jakarta, Indonesia, in 2018. The firm is active in four countries and owns a startup e-wallet app in the Philippines. — Reuters

SINGAPORE: Indonesian ride-hailer and payments firm Gojek is experiencing a rise in food delivery orders but a fall in rides across South-East Asia, as it readies measures to help merchants and drivers deal with the coronavirus outbreak, co-CEO Andre Soelistyo said on March 24.

Having evolved from a ride-hailing service founded in 2010 to a one-stop app via which users can make online payments and order food and services, the US$10bil (RM44.4bil) firm is active in four countries and owns a startup e-wallet app in the Philippines.

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