Go-Viet recruits a new series of “generals”, preparing to jump into electronic wallets

After Ms. Diep Kieu Trang returned as Go-Viet General Director in April, this car-hailing application accelerated the recruitment of dozens of specialized directors.

After a long time of almost “standing still” with 3 basic services, such as ordering two-wheelers, food delivery and delivery, Go-Viet began a new movement from July 2019. Accordingly, this application is posting dozens of full-time director positions. The information was also personally shared by Director General Le Diep Kieu Trang (Christy Le) on her personal page.

Specifically, some of the important positions that Go-Viet is recruiting include, Operations Manager in Hanoi, Marketing Director, Head of Enterprise Division, Legal Director, and General Manager of Business System Management. minh, Director of Government Relations, Director of Fraud Management, etc. Most of these positions require almost 8 years of experience. Some positions require at least 2 more years of equivalent leadership experience.

Along with finding a series of new directors, Go-Viet also recruited more managers to deal with drivers, legal, fraud management, data engineers … According to Ms. Trang, the company is coming. Also recruiting middle positions after this high-level talent recruitment.

Pay with Go-Pay in Indonesia. Photo: Warung Pintar

In this recruitment, Go-Viet also recruited a Business Development Director for Go-Pay Vietnam and a Legal Director for Go-Pay. In particular, Go-Pay Vietnam Business Development Manager requires over 8 years of experience in finance, banking, e-wallets, e-commerce and payment.

“In August 2018, Go-Jek launched its first international service in Vietnam and is now operating in two cities (Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi), creating tremendous growth. Our international expansion strategy, this position has the opportunity to be a part of Go-Pay’s senior leadership team in Vietnam will launch. “, the recruitment bulletin revealed the Go-Viet e-wallet plan to encroach on e-wallets.

Go-Viet is the last member in the “power quartet” of the ride-hailing market without electronic wallets. So far, Grab has Moca, FastGo has Vimo, both of which belong to NextTech parent group. Meanwhile, ‘be’ is about to launch a series of payment and loan solutions after signing a strategic cooperation with VPBank.

Despite nearly a year of operation, Go-Viet users still have the only payment option in cash. In Indonesia, however, Go-Jek’s Go-Pay dominates the market when partnering with nearly 400,000 business partners, as of December 2018.

Last year, the total value of these wallet transactions in Indonesia reached US $ 6.3 billion. According to a recent report by RedSeer, Go-Pay currently holds the highest market share of the Indonesian e-wallet market.

* Source: VnExpress


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