Much has been written about Indonesia’s ride-hailing and payments decacorn Gojek from its journey from a call centre for ojeks, or motorcycle taxis, to a multi-country super app to the billions of dollars it has raised in funding.
And yet, not enough is known about the company it is shaping up to be. The company has undergone its fair share of changes, including in its leadership, strategy and investors. Today, it is grappling with new challenges wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic even as it continues to battle it out against arch-rival Grab in a wide range of markets and verticals.
DealStreetAsia – Research & Analytics’s latest report – and its first on Southeast Asia’s unicorns – takes a close behind-the-scenes look at Gojek to reveal:
· Its largest investors
· New secondary market transactions
· Investments and acquisitions
· The coming of age of certain business units such as GoPay
· New battlegrounds including healthtech, gaming, video streaming and many more
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