Grab Philippines will be providing livelihood opportunities to at least 2,000 tricycle drivers and displaced workers in the city whereby they will be trained and onboarded as GrabFood and GrabExpress delivery-partners.
The company made the overtures as a group of operators and drivers that calls itself Laban TNVS appealed to Grab to provide emergency financial assistance worth P1,000 daily or P24,000 monthly subsidy.
Motorcycle-taxi company JoyRide is set to join the country’s food-delivery market, throwing in a Filipino hat in the foreign-dominated food delivery industry.
On its first anniversary in the Philippines, the numbers say it loud and clear about GrabFood, the leading food delivery platform in the country and Southeast Asia.
Billed as “One Big Handaan”, the online culinary feast offers customers with promo offerings such as free one-year supply of GrabFood merchant products.
GrabFood, the country’s top food delivery platform, is now accepting and delivering orders in Metro Manila and Cebu 24 hours daily in a bid to douse everyone’s hunger pangs any time of the day.
Grab Philippines warned on Tuesday, June 18, that it will suspend the accounts of its customers who cancel their orders through its food delivery service GrabFood.
From March 19 to March 31, GrabFood users who purchase McDonald?s promo items via will get a 4-piece Chicken McNuggets for free.