In Conversation with Spinny's Niraj Singh
Demand for used cars is on the upswing and Spinny is aiming to redefine the segment with its customer-centric policies that aid trust and transparency which are increasingly becoming the differentiating factors for consumers.
The growing demand for safer personal mobility is driving the sales of pre-owned cars in India where only about 20 percent of the used car market is organised and the size is set to double in the next few years with increased buyer ask for trust and transparency.
Niraj Singh, Founder and CEO of Spinny, a prominent player in the organised used car retail business talks about how the start-up is redefining the segment with its transparent, consumer-oriented policies and introducing large-sized retail showrooms that offer end-to-end services under one roof.
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