eBikeGo providing mobility solution aims for 15,000 jobs creation
Amritsar based eBikeGo rental solution provider company for electric scooters has announced a complete mobility solution for unemployment in India. It will create employment and synergy amongst the company, drivers and AI and IoT enabled e-scooters for timely and safe.
eBikeGo is currently operating in five Indian cities, Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur, Jalandhar, and Agra. Now it is targeting Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, Kochi and Kolkata. Recently, eBikeGo has provided its e-bikes to Bengaluru based bike taxi startup Rapido which is looking to electrify 10% of its fleet by 2020. The startup’s e-bike offers a top speed of 55km/h and a range up to 100 km per charge.
eBikeGo works with many different companies to transform the fleets to electric. The startup has successfully provided fleet solutions to the delivery companies such as Zomato, Delhivery, Ferns & Petals, Gostops, Big Basket, Ninja Cart amongst others.
The delivery executives will be recruited and provided with e-scooters by the company. The drivers can enjoy a fixed salary benefits without any hassles of booking and buying scooters of their own.
eBikeGo aims to create 10,000 to 15000 employment in a defined period of time and reach to 1 million individual entrepreneurs by 2025. The delivery companies will also have the benefit of not worrying about recruiting drivers, scooters, logistics and monitoring each delivery. The modern technology that is Telematics devices for tracking and monitoring vehicles movement will enable smooth and timely delivery of goods to the consumers.
The Co-Founder and CEO of eBikeGo Dr.Irfan Khan said that they have to face high demand for e-bikes and drivers from many online delivery companies. The company will provide the complete mobility solution, hire the drivers and deliver the goods using our electric scooters. Electric vehicles are in high demand as they are eco-friendly and the company is happy to complete a pilot project with 5 electric scooters with our own delivery executives at Pune. They are deciding to expand the services to other cities in the country too.
Recently, the company announced its plan to expand its fleet and aims for pre-series fund of another $2 million or Rs 14 crore fund. The startup aims to hold 5 per cent of the commercial two-wheeler market by 2021. It has witnessed tremendous growth in 2017 and it had 640 users to 18,000 users by 2019.
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