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Company Profile

  • 2011
  • Logistics   (2)
  • $1.43 B
  • mature
  • 0
  • AutomotiveMobileTravel

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Funding History

Date Round Amount Investors
April, 2014 Series A $0 Vertex Venture (1)
April, 2014 Series A $0 500 Startups (1)
May, 2014 Series B $15 M GGV Capital (1)
May, 2014 Series B $0 Vertex Venture (1)
May, 2014 Series B $0 Qunar (1)
October, 2014 Series C $0 GGV Capital (1)
October, 2014 Series C $0 Vertex Venture (1)
October, 2014 Series C $0 Qunar (1)
October, 2014 Series C $65 M Tiger Global Management (1)
October, 2014 Series C $0 Hillhouse Capital Group (1)
December, 2014 Series D $250 M Softbank (1)
August, 2015 Series E $350 M Coatue Management (1)
August, 2015 Series E $0 Softbank (1)
August, 2015 Series E $0 Tiger Global Management (1)
July, 2015 Series E $0 China Investment Corporation (1)
September, 2016 Series F $750 M Softbank (1)

Board Members & Advisors

  • Steve Chen
    Board Member
  • Hock Chua Joo
    Board Member

Programs Participated

  • Distro Dojo by 500 Startups

    August / 2015

  • MaGIC e @ Stanford

    February / 2014

Contact

MyTeksi Sdn Bhd Renault Showroom, Lot 1A, Jalan Kemajuan, Seksyen 13, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.

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News

  • Driver involved in $5 discount dispute with female passenger sacked by GrabTaxi, Transport News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

    The GrabCar driver who quarrelled with his female passenger over a $5 discount has been sacked by the company.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

    www.straitstimes.com - 7 months ago
  • Why GrabTaxi is giving Singapore‚Äôs largest taxi operator a run for its money

    www.techinasia.com - 7 months ago
  • Uber or GrabTaxi: a Singapore cabby's view

    www.techinasia.com - 7 months ago
  • GrabTaxi rebrands itself for regional push

    The new parent company, Grab, will oversee all its services including its taxi- and car-hailing offerings.

    www.channelnewsasia.com - 4 months ago
  • Intellasia East Asia News - Grab leaving Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur's loss to Singapore

    07-Jun-2017 Informative articles concerning East Asia. The Finance Asia magazine published an article that may turn the Malaysian startup world upside down, telling why a startup like Grab made it big in Singap (Malaysia)

    www.intellasia.net - 3 months ago