Indonesia’s Go-Jek Wants to Fill the Gap Uber Left in Southeast Asia

Dimas Ardian

Go-Jek will invest $500 million to expand ride-hailing and other services to four Southeast Asian countries after Uber pulled out of the region. The Indonesia-based startups’s CEO, Nadiem Makarim, is pictured. Dimas Ardian

Skift Take: With Uber out of the region, there’s likely room for another ride-hailing app — especially one that could offer additional services. But with bigger rival Grab already established, Go-Jek could face an uphill climb.

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