"We believe that since we are the first company in the market to have a profitable rental model, this will help us grow quickly. There is no competition and demand is growing rapidly. We have to think about increasing our turnover by 30 times over the next three years." Khan added.
eBikeGO works with various couriers to convert their fleet into electric, and has successfully provided motor solutions for companies like Zomato, Delhivery, Ferns & Petals, Gostops, Big Basket and Ninja Cart among others.
eBikeGO expects to increase links with 69 companies in this calendar with a fleet of 30,000 electric cars that provide packages.
In addition to providing two-wheel electric vehicles for rent, eBikeGO also offers roadside maintenance, maintenance and assistance as well as compact technology that leads to a hassle-free experience.
eBikeGO recently made headlines in Ecommerce News India when it raised $ 300,000 as part of the latest round of financing led by Startup Buddy. The tour also included the participation of other investors such as singer Sukhbir Singh, Rajesh Sohni (co-founder of Innerchef), Rohit Chanana (founder of Sarsha Consulting), Siddhart Ahluwalia (founder of 100x Entrepreneur), Bodke Ventures, Melinde Jarrod, Aaron Gulab, Shantanu Finickar and other CEOs.
The company also recently signed an agreement with Rapidot Motorbike Taxi, based in Bangalore, to electrolyze 10% of its upcoming fleet of petrol cars within a year.
EBike Go hopes to provide services to neighboring countries that are also fighting pollution.
The platform is operating today in Amritsar, Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Vijayawada and plans to expand in Pune and Chennai in the coming months.
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