Home-grown ride-hailing app RydeX gets off to 'good start'

The Ryde office at North Bridge Centre. With RydeX, Ryde now has a complete suite of services, said its chief executive Terence Zou.
The Ryde office at North Bridge Centre. With RydeX, Ryde now has a complete suite of services, said its chief executive Terence Zou. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE

SINGAPORE - Home-grown ride-hailing app firm Ryde tapped into the growing private-hire car market on Wednesday (May 2) in a bid to jostle with Grab and fellow newcomers.

Its chief executive Terence Zou said the new app had catered to 1,000 trips by noon. "It's a good start," he said. "But I think there is obviously a lot of room for growth.

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