EMotorad eyes Tier-II and Tier-III expansion while adding Delhi and Bengaluru to its footprint
EMotorad projects to cross the 20,000 unit sales mark from its network of pan-India offline stores.
Electric bicycle fierm E- Motorad is looking to expand its presence in Tier-II and Tier-III markets with the launch of its Exclusive Brand Experience centres in Delhi and Bengaluru.
The company is estimating strong demand coming from consumers who are looking for all classes of electric mobility. EMotorad projects to cross the 20,000 unit sales mark from its network of pan-India offline stores, informed its Founder and CEO, Kunal Gupta. He added that the company plans to leverage its exclusive outlets to attract new consumers to the world of e-biking.
“We look forward to offering the best retail experience in the segment with our exclusive experience centres. In the near future, we plan to equip our centres with our exclusive Amigo IoT integrations,” he added.
EMotorad has built expert R&D teams to come up with innovations that can be integrated into its existing product lines as it plans to introduce various feature additions and accessories for the lineup.
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