Go-Jek may spin off arm Go-Life, says Senior VP Dayu Dara

Go-Life connects users with professionals in home and office cleaning, automotive, beauty and massage services. Photo: Go-Jek website

Indonesian ride-hailing giant Go-Jek is mulling over the possibility of spinning off its lifestyle and professional arm, Go-Life, into a separate business entity and raise its own funds, according to senior vice president Dayu Dara Permata.

Go-Life is a mobile app comprising four services: Go-Massage (home spa and massage service booking), Go-Clean (house-cleaning service booking), Go-Auto (vehicle maintenance service booking), and Go-Glam (beautician booking service). Since it was launched as a separate app from Go-Jek last year, it claims to have acquired 3 million users in 25 cities across Indonesia.

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