CEO Tran Thanh Hai of Be resigned for personal reasons Nguyen Hoang Phuong, managing director, will be assigned as the acting general director of Be Group to replace Hai from December 24. Both Nguyen Hoang Phuong and Tran Thanh Hai are co-founders of Be Group. According to information published by Be Group, Hai’s withdrawal is due to private reasons, however, he will remain an advisor for the Board of Directors. Be affirmed that the change of senior personnel will not impact the operations of the group. The BoD also committed to maintaining the existing growth momentum. Under the management of Hai and the BoD, Be reported positive growth a year after launch. Notably, according to a report by ABI Research, Be ranks second in the ride-hailing service market of Vietnam. In December 2018, Be Group Corporation officially launched its new ride-hailing platform and the beBike and beCar services. It expected to become a big player like Grab or Go Viet with a comprehensive super app. At present, it offers five services, including beBike, beCar, beFinancial, beExpress, and beDelivery. The company set an ambitious target of partnering with 10,000 drivers by the end of 2018 and says it had plans to… Read full this story
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