Revamp Moto – one of India’s leading electric two-wheeler manufacturers became winners of the ‘Transport’ segment at National Startup Awards 2022.
The National Startup Award has opened the doors to multiple opportunities for the winners, it includes Investor Connect (MAARG platform), Government Pilot Projects & Work Orders, Overseas Strategic Partnerships etc along with a cash prize worth INR 5 lac.
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The event was conducted on the occasion of National Startup Day in New Delhi in which our Union Minister Piyush Goyal felicitated the winners and praised their contribution in the Indian startup ecosystem.
Sharing his views on the win Mr. Pritesh Mahajan, Founder and CEO at Revamp Moto said, “We are humbled with the felicitation and backing received from the Union Ministry and Startup India platform. With such appreciation we are only bound to work harder for creating a difference in the lives of millions of micro entrepreneurs across India with cutting edge & affordable mobility solutions”
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The brand also recently launched India’s first transformable EV, RM Buddie 25 in Metaverse. The productwill be manufactured at the company’s facility in Thane and will be available at a cost starting from Rs. 66,999.
About Revamp Moto
Nashik based Revamp Moto, an EV start-up, was founded in January 2021 by Pritesh Mahajan, Jayesh Tope and Pushkaraj Salunke. Visionaries in their own right, all three had worked on prior entrepreneurial ventures before synergising their energies and thoughts in their very first meeting to form and build the concept and vision of Revamp Moto.
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With a mission to empower India while accelerating the transition to a zero-emission society, Revamp develops exceptionally reliable, adaptable, and connected Electric Vehicles based on its Modular Utility Platforms. Revamp was earlier funded on Shark Tank India by Aman Gupta and Anupam Mittal.