Through the affiliation, the corporate is aiming to construct mass enchantment, constructive voice and widespread adoption for electrical mobility, eBikeGO stated in an announcement.
“With existing operations spanning Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur and Hyderabad, Harbhajan’s onboarding will help the company create a more ambitious presence and focus on expansion to newer markets like Chennai and Pune,” it added.
“We are continuously evaluating various business models for both our B2B and B2C customer segments. At such a critical juncture, we believe our association with Harbhajan will play a big role in helping achieve the goal of taking e-mobility to masses,” eBikeGO Founder and CEO T Irfan Khan stated.
eBikeGO gives electrical bikes on rental to particular person commuters. “eBikeGO is a new-age mobility companion, and its efforts in the area of clean and green commute are commendable. I look at this association as a great opportunity and as my own way of contributing towards sustainable mobility and a cleaner environment in our country,” Harbhajan stated.
The startup gives its fleet to new age e-commerce firms like Big Basket, Zomato, Myntra, Burger King, Nandos, Grab.in, Delhivery, Fasoos. Its autos can be found for hire for Rs 4,000 per 30 days, the corporate stated.
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