Grab CEO spends a day doing deliveries to get feedback from riders, customers

And for Grab CEO and s=co-founder Anthony Tan, this meant that he had to understand the situation from the ground.

Grab to provide training, development courses for drivers, delivery partners

He decided to partner with an experienced rider to deliver orders.

Tan tries to do this once every few months so he will become aware of the situation of the delivery partners and the customer response to their services.

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According to his personal assessment, he missed several steps in the prep but his trip was generally okay.

Grab Holdings creates $275M fund to aid drivers

He also noted that most of the customers chose the contactless delivery option so he was not able to interview a lot of people about their Grab delivery experience.

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Finally, he gave a shoutout to all their delivery partners who are braving the roads to earn a decent income for their families during the pandemic.

Aboitiz family gets US funding for 3GW wind power feasibility study

The Philippines’ bid to increase the share of renewable energy among its sources got a boost following the awarding of a grant by the US government to Aboitiz Renewable Inc. which is seeking to conduct a feasibility study to develop up to three-gigawatt wind power capacity.