I recently interviewed EMotorad CEO Kunal Gupta who told me that they are getting ready to showcase the high-end India-made electric bikes at Dubai Expo 2020. No, it’s not a fault of hits, although it’s clearly in 2021. The event is a 6-month showcase. The company shared a press release with me and highlighted the importance of sustainability and how the world is moving towards electric vehicles.
EMorad will showcase its 9 e-bikes at the Expo after recently launching them in the UAE market. The company sees it as a major opportunity to redefine mobility across the world. The company said it will showcase a portfolio of different models of e-bikes that have yet to be launched, and visitors to Dubai Expo 2020 can expect to see some truly transformative mobility sets.
Kunal Gupta shared some thoughts in the press release:
âThrough this exhibition, we want to educate the masses not only about electric bicycles, but also about electric mobility, among consumers, businessmen and end users from all over the world. We are also looking for lucrative business opportunities, partnerships and exploring new markets. We would like to understand the needs and requirements of each individual customer.
The 9 electric bikes that the company presents are:
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Rajib Gangopadhyay, Founder of EMotorad, said:
âThe world of electric vehicles is more inclined to use electric bikes, and we are opening them up and want to take this opportunity to be at the Expo. We have numerous commercial agreements, partnerships and B2B deals from the experts present at the event. So far the experience has been very good and many competitors from all over the world have participated in the event. We don’t really see them as our competition, but as our co-players. EV as a fleet probably needs a lot of co-actors to exist.
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