Another Grab product/service? You bet. GrabKitchen is the latest F&B concept that will bring added convenience, affordability, and variety to customers in Malaysia. The delivery-only cloud kitchen will also help restaurant-partners to grow and expand their business more efficiently.
Starting today, 31 July 2020, eligible Malaysians can claim MYR50 free e-wallet credit from the Government’s ePenjana initiative. Participating e-wallet providers include the usual suspects–GrabPay, Touch ‘n Go eWallet, and Boost. These e-wallet providers are also throwing in extra MYR50 worth of vouchers, cashbacks, and rewards. Here is how you can redeem your free credit from GrabPay.
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has released redemption details of its ePenjana initiative. Eligible Malaysians can redeem free MYR50 e-wallet credit via supported e-wallet providers starting tomorrow, 31 July 2020.
It is undeniable that the global COVID-19 pandemic and various movement control implementations have deeply impacted our lifestyles and livelihoods. On the flip side, it has accelerated the adoption of digital platforms and increased the importance of the digital economy. We have witnessed a dramatic paradigm shift with businesses adopting digital payments and services; likewise, consumers’ acceptance and usage of cashless payment platforms such as e-wallets.
Grab reveals that during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period, many convenience and grocery businesses achieved 3x increase in sales via the GrabMart service. It’s no surprise seeing that the lockdown limited people’s movements, even for basic essentials. With the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) in place, most businesses and economic sectors have reopened and consumers continue to look for safe, convenient ways to shop for their daily needs whether online or offline.
Grab has rolled out GrabProtect, a comprehensive set of safety and hygiene tech features, partnerships, and strict safety policies to minimise risks of the spread of COVID-19. As part of the programme, the company will be distributing hygiene kits including hand sanitisers and disinfectant spray to its 100,000 driver- and delivery-partners to protect their vehicles and delivery bags.
Doodles that turn into noodles? That’s got to be some kind of magic, right? Involves a fairy godmother or a purple genie? Well, if you can imagine Google’s AI in some sort of magician’s hat made up of ones and zeroes, perhaps. Grab’s new Delivery Doodles feature uses AI to turn any kid’s doodles of their favourite food into actual food orders delivered via GrabFood.