Arjit Soni is the Founder and CEO of MYBYK India. An environmentalist and a Chartered Accountant by qualification, he is passionate about solving urban mobility issues through cycling and public transport.
MYBYK is a public bicycle sharing service of Indian origin aimed at encouraging the use of bicycles by enhancing the ownership experience, making it hassle free and more convenient. MYBYK is also aimed at addressing the core issue of first and last mile connectivity associated with public transport thereby making it more accessible, convenient, economic and time efficient.
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Bike use has boomed across Europe since the COVID-19 pandemic. Citizens have voted with their pedals and taken advantage of more time and space to ride and governments have backed them with more bike lanes.
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‘Pikala’ means a bicycle in Moroccon dialect, while ‘Pikala Bikes’ is a social enterprise founded by a Dutch national Cantal Bakker.
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MYBYK will use the funds primarily to invest in technology, talent acquisition and marketing.
MYBYK bicycle sharing, India’s leading startup operating in shared transport and micro-mobility sector has raised $1 million in pre-Series A funding from Avon Cycles and other investors, including Mr. Sanjay Baweja, ex-CFO, Flipkart.
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Ahmedabad-headquartered public bicycle sharing (PBS) operator MYBYK has launched its services in Kochi today with support from Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL) and Cochin Smart City Mission Limited (CSML).
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The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi yesterday announced a complete lockdown of the country for 21 days to break the chain of corona virus and flatten the curve. Continue reading “PUBLIC BIKE SHARE COMPANIES IN INDIA APPLY EMERGENCY BREAKS”