http://www.laxgamenight.com – Indonesia has a large population but has a complicated transportation problem. Behind it all, it’s a blessing for a ridesharing company like Grab. The founder of Grab Tan Hooi Ling is the Indonesian language which is one of the countries with unique problems. This country for him has advanced Grab on many things, including learning from competitors.
“I believe that the competition is good because you learn from them like learning from the consumer agen judi bola as well and I think it is mutually beneficial.Our most important thing is we have recovered and execute quickly The result of that is already proven We will not Be zero for the hero In three years without doing anything over and over again and we will continue to do so, “he told us as he was told about business competition.
To face the competition, Hooi Ling also explained the company holding full principle to be hyperlocal, make decisions, invest and execute. Therefore, Grab builds R & D in Jakarta and regional teams in each country.
“So whatever we read from Indonesia we apply to Indonesia, so also vice versa and other countries.This is a constant network of continuous learning, so the sooner we learn, the more we talk about problems,” he continued.
Grab Also Learn from New Startup, Kudo
Grab Indonesia announced it had acquired Kudo in April 2017. But not just reflecting on Kudo, the company led by Anthony Tan is also willing to learn from the platform of the entrepreneur.
Hooi Ling says Kudo is very special for Grab for several reasons. The first is because in friendship, systems and strategies have many things to learn from each.
“They want to learn how we serve a very large scale. We want to learn how to use the system to grow our business, 400 thousand agents in Indonesia more than 55 cities,” he explained.
Hooi Ling then says from Kudo they find Grab to contemplate an entirely new business model. With this, take a look at the system agen togel to solve problems faster with technology. Meanwhile, Kudo himself. “They also learned that those who offer are relevant to rural communities as well,” he concluded.