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  • Will Ola Electric’s aggressive pricing be a game changer in 2Ws? Aug 18, 2021 08:48 AM IST

    Will Ola Electric’s aggressive pricing be a game changer in 2Ws?

    From a customer point of view, the cost of ownership is critical in two-wheelers. Note that there was traction in e2W sales after the government increased subsidies for EVs under FAME II policies

  • The Green Pivot | An electric scooter revolution in India? Aug 16, 2021 08:47 AM IST

    The Green Pivot | An electric scooter revolution in India?

    Ola Electric’s splashy entrance is likely to push rivals to expand the size of their own bets on electric two-wheelers

  • The Green Pivot | Ola Electric: Charged to compete, but will it be a disruptor in 2Ws? Jul 12, 2021 08:50 AM IST

    The Green Pivot | Ola Electric: Charged to compete, but will it be a disruptor in 2Ws?

    Ola’s biggest challenge would be rising competition. New entrants such as Ather, Okinawa and Prevail Electric and traditional 2W makers such as Bajaj Auto, Hero Motocorp and TVS Motor Company are already testing the waters

  • Ola Electric’s ambitions could leave traditional two-wheeler makers playing catch-up Mar 10, 2021 10:24 AM IST

    Ola Electric’s ambitions could leave traditional two-wheeler makers playing catch-up

    By not taking a decisive lead into what is the future of mobility, two-wheeler incumbents have left the market open for a disruptor like Ola

  • WeWork Debacle | SoftBank-funded startups in India may feel the pain as Son cracks the whip Nov 11, 2019 08:59 AM IST

    WeWork Debacle | SoftBank-funded startups in India may feel the pain as Son cracks the whip

    The injury from WeWork debacle went beyond money... It may now mean the joyride for startups funded by SoftBank is over and it's time for them to show the money.

  • WeWork Debacle | A wake up call for not just Softbank, but Indian startup founders and their investors too Oct 01, 2019 02:39 PM IST

    WeWork Debacle | A wake up call for not just Softbank, but Indian startup founders and their investors too

    A look at Masayoshi Son’s investments in Indian startups like Oyo and Ola would show Softbank’s inclination to invest at inflated valuations. It is time startup founders and their financial backers stop bluffing

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