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Grab is a company that operates a ride-hailing platform that offers a car booking service. The company is focused on the development of new commuting and payment alternatives for drivers and passengers. It also offers private car services, motorcycle taxis, social carpooling, bus and shuttle service, cycling services.

HQSingapore, SG
Employee Ratings3.8

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2021)32,091
Revenue (Y, 2018)$1 B
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Grab

Anthony Tan

Anthony Tan

Co-Founder, CEO
Tan Hooi Ling

Tan Hooi Ling

Ming Maa

Ming Maa

Peter Oey

Peter Oey

Chief Financial Officer
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Grab Office Locations

Grab has offices in Singapore, Phnom Penh, Petaling Jaya, Yangon and in 3 other locations
Singapore, SG (HQ)
28 Sin Ming Lane, #01-143
Singapore, SG
6 Shenton Way #38-01 OUE Downtown 1
Phnom Penh, KH
St 278
Petaling Jaya, MY
1-01 & 1-02, First Floor, Block A, Axis Business Campus No. 13A & 13B, Jalan 51a/225, Seksyen 51a
Yangon, MM
Shwe Gon Taing Street 5
ရန်ကုန်, MM
Crystal Office Tower, #12-04, Junction Square Compound, Kamayut Township
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Grab Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

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Grab total Funding

$10.8 b

Grab latest funding size

$300 m

Time since last funding

2 months ago

Grab investors

Grab's latest funding round in January 2021 was reported to be $300 m. In total, Grab has raised $10.8 b. Grab's latest valuation is reported to be $14 b.
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Grab Revenue

Grab's revenue was reported to be $1 b in Y, 2018

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Grab Operating Metrics

Oct, 2014Oct, 2015Jan, 2016Jan, 2017Mar, 2017Jul, 2017Aug, 2017Oct, 2017Nov, 2017Jan, 2018Mar, 2018Jun, 2018Jul, 2018Oct, 2018Nov, 2018Dec, 2018Jan, 2019


50 k141 k200 k580 k710 k1.10 m1.20 m1.80 m2 m2.30 m2.60 m7.10 m


2.10 m30 m36 m50 m55 m63 m68 m77 m86 m100 m109 m125 m130 m130 m

Active Cities

16 26 39 36 87 142 190 225 500


6 7 7 8 8 8
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Grab Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
BentoFebruary 04, 2020
OVOSeptember 11, 2019
iKaazJanuary 17, 2018
KudoFebruary 13, 2017$100 m

Grab Cybersecurity Score

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Grab Online and Social Media Presence

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Grab News and Updates

Grab to lay off 360 people, or about 5% of its employees

Grab is laying off about 360 people, or slightly under 5% of its employees. Co-founder and CEO Anthony Tan made the announcement in a letter to Grab employees today.

Grabb-It wants to turn your car’s window into a trippy video billboard

It reminds me of something out of Blade Runner. Maybe it’s because it looks a bit futuristic – a bit unreal. Maybe it’s because I’m looking at an ad somewhere I never expected to see one, like the skyscraper-height ads of Ridley Scott’s future. Grabb-It turns a car’s side rear window into a full col…

RF Power Semiconductors for Wireless Infrastructure Over US$1 Billion for 2018 with GaN Grabbing More Share

OYSTER BAY, N.Y., Aug. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- RF power semiconductors for wireless infrastructure (for <4GHz and >3W) was over a US$1 billion business for 2018. The segment was essentially revenue flat, but Gallium Nitride (GaN) continues to make inroads into this segment. "Gallium...

Grab-Uber deal wins Philippines approval but ‘virtual monopolist’ concern remains

Grab’s acquisition of Uber’s Southeast Asia business in May has been embroiled in regulatory scrutiny, but the ride-hailing firm has some positive news after the Philippines’ regulator gave the deal the all-clear. It did so, however, whilst laying out terms to prevent the company from becoming overl…

Philippines sets rules for 'virtual monopolist' Grab after Uber deal

The Philippine competition watchdog said on Friday it has approved ride hail firm Grab's acquisition of Uber's operations, providing it follows rules to ensure fairness to consumers given its stranglehold of the local market.
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Grab Blogs

AutoInvest Monthly Update – February 2021

February has given us a new budget in Singapore with the motto to shift from containment to restructuring. The key takeaways that are relevant for our portfolios are that: The extraordinary support for the economy continues. The support is very broad based and apart from broad job measures, industry…

In the driver’s seat

Each time life threw a curveball, Roseniah Mohamed found herself behind the wheel — her driving skills serving as an all-important economic lifeline. More recently, she jumped at the chance to be a Grab driver-partner with her daughter, the pair teaming up to face yet another of life’s challenges. G…

Grab partners with IMDA, DISG to strengthen Singapore’s tech ecosystem

In partnership with IMDA and DISG, Grab commits to further developing its tech talent and R&D capabilities in Singapore Around 350 job opportunities to be made available by end 2021 SINGAPORE, 25 February 2021 – Grab today signed a Memorandum of Intent (MOI) with the Infocomm Media Development A…

Grab announces COVID-19 vaccination programme

Vaccine programme focuses on increasing vaccine access and education for passengers, driver and delivery partners with Grab Grab to subsidise Covid-19 vaccinations for driver and delivery partners not covered by their national vaccinations schemes To work with governments to raise public health awar…

AutoInvest Monthly Update – January 2021

As the new year starts, we’d like to share our expectations for returns for the AutoInvest portfolio in this monthly update. We’re revising our projected rate for AutoInvest In the second half of 2020, AutoInvest delivered a 1.91% p.a. return – a fantastic result for early investors. However, with a…

Grab Closes US$2 Billion Term Loan Facility

SINGAPORE, 1 February 2021 – Grab announced today the successful close of its first senior secured term loan facility, after securing commitments from international institutional investors. The facility is structured as a five year term loan B with a principal amount of US$2 billion. This is the lar…
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Grab Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Grab founded?

    Grab was founded in 2012.

  • Who are Grab key executives?

    Grab's key executives are Anthony Tan, Tan Hooi Ling and Ming Maa.

  • How many employees does Grab have?

    Grab has 32,091 employees.

  • What is Grab revenue?

    Latest Grab annual revenue is $1 b.

  • What is Grab revenue per employee?

    Latest Grab revenue per employee is $31.2 k.

  • Who are Grab competitors?

    Competitors of Grab include Didi Chuxing, Uber and Lyft.

  • Where is Grab headquarters?

    Grab headquarters is located at 28 Sin Ming Lane, #01-143, Singapore.

  • Where are Grab offices?

    Grab has offices in Singapore, Phnom Penh, Petaling Jaya, Yangon and in 3 other locations.

  • How many offices does Grab have?

    Grab has 9 offices.