While the year is coming to an end, the micromobility market keeps on growing and is NOT showing any signs of slowing down. And because several major sharing companies recently closed 9-figure funding rounds, the demand for new products is only going to increase in the near term
The last few months have been extra busy at Okai. From attending Eurobike and hiring a kick-ass marketing team for our Chinese headquarters, to moving our European warehouse and office to bigger locations, there’s been no shortage of things going on.
We spent this past week at the 29th edition of Eurobike in Friedrichshafen, Germany. With 18,770 trade visitors and 13,424 fans we had a big opportunity to showcase our newest technologies to electric mobility fans and existing partners alike.
If you want to be the first to take the future of light electric vehicles out for a spin, Okai will be showcasing 4 brand-new modes at the Eurobike 2021 show. Don’t miss your chance to try our latest electric rideables before they hit the streets
Want to be the first to take the future of light electric vehicles for a spin? Okai will be showcasing their 4 brand new electric vehicles at theEurobike 2021 show. Don’t miss your chance to try the newest in electric rideables before they hit the streets.
The temperature is rising, and in many parts of the world, summer break is in full swing. In the meantime, our production keeps running at full capacity, fulfilling the ever-increasing demand for shared scooters, grocery delivery e-bikes, and more.
The main news this month is that we are still seeing a tensed supplier market for certain parts. Please get in touch with us to find out how the global shortage ofMicrochipsis affecting prices and lead times.
For so long the range of electric vehicles was reliant upon the capacity of batteries. The advancement of semiconductor technology has allowed EV batteries to function at higher voltages, leading to greater range and ultimately price cuts for the end consumer.