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A hyperlocal debut: How Grab’s recent listing is a homage to partners and MSMEs in ...

Manila Bulletin 07 Dec 2021
2, with a bell-ringing ceremony that took place in Singapore, with images of driver-, delivery-, and merchant-partners as well as employees from all across Grab’s vast network in Southeast Asia displayed on Nasdaq’s LED Billboard in Times Square New York throughout the day.
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From Segambut to New York: GRAB celebrates listing milestone

Malaysian National News Agency 03 Dec 2021
The ceremony held in Singapore, which was attended by Grab employees as well as driver-, delivery- and merchant-partners, came after the nine-year-old ride-hailing and delivery ...
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Grab goes public on Nasdaq in $40 bln SPAC deal

Seattle PI 02 Dec 2021
The Singapore-based company's debut on the Nasdaq came more than seven months after it announced plans to merge with U.S.-based Altimeter Growth Corp in a SPAC ... It now operates in 465 cities across eight countries in Southeast Asia - Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
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Grab to Celebrate Public Listing Milestone with Employees and Partners in First-Ever NASDAQ Opening Bell ...

Cadillac News 02 Dec 2021
Anthony Tan and Tan Hooi Ling, co-founders of Grab, will be joined onstage in Singapore during the opening bell ceremony by representatives of the Grab driver-, delivery- and merchant-partner communities, who were on the frontlines transporting people, preparing as well as ...
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Grab goes public in $40B SPAC deal, slides in market debut

Rutland Herald 02 Dec 2021
The Singapore-based company's debut on the Nasdaq came more than seven months after it announced plans to merge with U.S.-based Altimeter Growth Corp in a SPAC ... It now operates in 465 cities across eight countries in Southeast Asia - Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
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Ride-hailing giant Grab slumps 23% in its Nasdaq trading debut after blockbuster SPAC deal

Business Insider 02 Dec 2021
Grab's CEO Anthony Tan and co-founder Tan Hooi Ling during the bell ringing ceremony in Singapore, December 2, 2021 ... The Singapore-based firm is trading on the Nasdaq under the ticker GRAB ... The Singapore-based firm is trading under the Nasdaq ticker GRAB ... The co-founders celebrated the milestone in Singapore during the opening bell ceremony.
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Food orders in Oddle-Mastercard tie-up will boost ST pocket money fund

Straits Times 01 Dec 2021
... from every order placed with more than 1,200 merchants ... Since the start of Singapore's circuit breaker last year, Oddle has helped more than 1,200 food and beverage merchants such as Chinese restaurant Sum Kee Food and dim sum restaurant Swee Choon take their businesses online.
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Grab to Trade on Nasdaq Following Successful Business Combination with Altimeter

The Maryville Daily Times 01 Dec 2021
SINGAPORE & MENLO PARK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 1, 2021-- ... To commemorate this milestone in Southeast Asia, Grab founders Anthony Tan and Hooi Ling Tan will ring the Nasdaq opening bell from Singapore, joined on stage by Grab drivers and merchant partners, at 9.30 a.m ... Singapore Time) on December 2, 2021.
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Altimeter Growth Corp. Shareholders Approve Business Combination with Grab

Victoria Advocate 30 Nov 2021
Grab operates across the deliveries, mobility and digital financial services sectors in over 400 cities in eight countries in the Southeast Asia region - Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
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XTransfer intensifies world expansion of financial services

China Daily 29 Nov 2021
Given the large market size and high growth rate, mature markets continued to be the major target destinations for Chinese cross-border B2B(business-to-business) merchants, with the US accounting for 43 percent, followed by Singapore, Russia and the UK, which took up 25 percent, 24 percent and 21 percent, respectively, the report said.
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Festival seeks to celebrate, revitalise heartland businesses

Straits Times 28 Nov 2021
The inaugural Heartlands Festival will also feature shopping and eating contests, all in the name of celebrating Singapore's 40,000 heartland merchants, hawkers and wet-market stall operators ... "Digitalisation and business transformation are a continuous journey, and I encourage more of our merchants to explore new ways to grow their business.
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Upcoming festival to offer open-top bus tours, speed-eating contests to celebrate, revitalise heartland businesses

Straits Times 28 Nov 2021
The inaugural Heartlands Festival, which was launched by Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Sunday (Nov 28), will also feature shopping and eating contests, all in the name of celebrating Singapore's 40,000 heartland merchants, hawkers, and wet market stall operators.
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Festival to offer open-top bus tours, speed-eating contests to celebrate, revitalise heartland businesses

Straits Times 28 Nov 2021
The inaugural Heartlands Festival, which was launched by Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Sunday (Nov 28), will also feature shopping and eating contests, all in the name of celebrating Singapore's 40,000 heartland merchants, hawkers�and wet-market stall operators.
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Digital kiosks launched in Bukit Gombak, Clementi to help heartland minimarts reach customers 24/7

Straits Times 25 Nov 2021
The pilot was launched on Thursday (Nov 25) by Enterprise Singapore, HDB�and the Federation of Merchants' Associations, Singapore, as part of efforts by the Heartland Digitalisation and Revitalisation Committee ... The committee supports heartland merchants in advancing their digitalisation efforts and expanding their revenue streams.
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24/7 digital kiosks launched to help heartland minimarts

Straits Times 25 Nov 2021
The year-long pilot programme using unmanned digital kiosks was launched yesterday by Enterprise Singapore, the Housing Board and the Federation of Merchants' Associations, Singapore, as part of efforts by the Heartland Digitalisation and Revitalisation Committee.
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