Singapore’s largest supermarket chain, NTUC FairPrice, and Southeast Asian on-demand transportation and fintech platform Grab have launched a program aimed to help customers with their groceries and transportation needs.
The Score Subscription Program draws on each organisation’s strengths to offer cost savings and convenience on key necessities.
“Progressively, Score will be further developed as we collaborate with other industry leaders to provide a comprehensive service with different offerings to complement the customer’s lifestyle,” says NTUC FairPrice CEO Seah Kian Peng.
“Both FairPrice and Grab were founded to deliver sustainable social impact, and Score is a perfect embodiment of the double bottom line approach that is core to both organisations, in that it is a win-win-win for FairPrice, Grab and our customers,” says Grab group CEO/co-founder Anthony Tan.
Score was developed after a survey of more than 1000 customers aged between 20 and 40 years. Key results show groceries (69 per cent) and transport (54 per cent) were the top two services opted for by respondents.
FairPrice serves more than 600,000 customers daily in Singapore, while Grab has more than 86 million mobile app downloads regionally.
Score is talking with other companies to broaden the program’s range of products and services.