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Go-Jek, JD introduce ecommerce feature Go-Mall

Monday 22 April 2019 11:43 CET | News

Go-Jek has partnered with JD.id to introduce Go-Mall, an ecommerce feature that allows Go-Jek users to browse and shop various items through the app.

Before completing a purchase, Go-Jek users must log in with their JD.id credentials or create an account.

The collaboration between the two companies in Indonesia started when the Chinese ecommerce company invested USD 100 million in Go-Jek’s Series E funding round.

In addition, Go-Jek is adding new content features. It has already partnered with digital media company Kumparan for a news feed feature.

Established in 2010 as a motorcycle ride-hailing phone service, Go-Jek is now a technology company with an on-demand mobile platform and application, providing services that include transportation, logistics, mobile payments, food delivery, and many other on-demand services.


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Keywords: Go-Jek, JD.com, ecommerce, Go-Mall, Indonesia
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