MAY 24, 2018
JAKARTA, INDONESIA – GO-JEK has confirmed that it is to invest $500 million in its international expansion strategy. The company will enter Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines within the next few months, starting with ride-hailing but ultimately aiming to replicate the multiple-service business model that has made it the market leader in Indonesia.
DECEMBER 15, 2017
Ride-hailing service GO-JEK, Indonesia's first billion-dollar tech startup, has agreed to acquire three local fintech firms as it seeks to expand its grip on the digital payments market.
The deals involve Kartuku, a leading offline payments processing company in Indonesia...
DECEMBER 12, 2017
Uber Technologies Inc. has spent millions of dollars fighting politicians and business lobbies trying to scuttle the app everywhere from New York to London. For Indonesian ride-hailing and food-delivery startup GO-JEK, the push back is coming from the lunch ladies at Jakarta Intercultural School.
DECEMBER 8, 2017
JAKARTA, Indonesia - On a recent morning driving his motorbike for one of Asia's fastest-growing tech start-ups, Nasrun picked up and dropped off four school-children, an office worker, medicine from a pharmacy, some dumplings with peanut sauce, a few documents and an order of Japanese food, the last of which he took to a woman at the Indonesia Stock Exchange
NOVEMBER 21, 2017
GO-JEK scaled 900 times in the first 18 months after the launch of its mobile app in January 2015. By June 2016, there were over 20 million bookings on GO-JEK about 667,000 rides per day. After that, the Indonesia startup turned into a unicorn, raising a funding round of US$550 million. It did all that with a team of less than 80 engineers.
OCTOBER 22, 2017
Ten years ago, few could have predicted the mobile payment revolution in Indonesia would be driven not by the banking industry, but by a firm that started out as a motorcycle-taxi booking operation with just 20 riders.
MAY 9, 2017
Ajey Gore, a commerce graduate from University of Allahabad, is a brilliant example that you don’t need a formal degree to chase your dreams. Hailing from Banda in Uttar Pradesh, today he’s the group CTO of Indonesia’s first unicorn, GO-JEK.