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Kickboard Adoption in Shared Micro-Mobility to Drive Sales

Nov 17, 2019 |


Over the next five years we will see an expansion in the e-kickboard market primarily driven by the shared e-kickboards, which accounts for close to three-fourth of total e-kickboard sales. The US is leading this trend due to the massive rise of shared companies such as Bird and Lime. The study finds that the global e-kickboard market will reach over 10 million units in 2025, growing at a CAGR of 18% during 2020-2025 period. The year-on-year growth will slow down by 2025, due to market saturation and consolidation.

This robust report includes competitive landscape of the market, value chain analysis, market analysis of key countries including the US, and strategic profiles of key OEMs, fleet and shared fleet providers. The in-depth analysis in the study includes key factors affecting the market, beneficial in understanding the current market scenario and plan for future.

Table of Contents – PPT

  • Executive Summary
  • Market Definition and Segmentation
  • Market Drivers and Inhibitors
  • Market Size and Forecast up to 2025
  • How Shared Mobility Pans Out
  • Key Player Strategies

Table of Contents – Excel

  • E-Kickboard Shared - Sales (in Million Units)
  • E-Kickboard Private - Sales (in Million Units)
  • E-Kickboard Total - Sales (in Million Units)
  • E-Kickboard Shared - Sales (in Billion US$)
  • E-Kickboard Private - Sales (in Billion US$)
  • E-Kickboard Total - Sales (in Billion US$)
  • E-Kickboard OEMs - Sales (in Million Units)
  • E-Kickboard OEMs - Market Share (in %)
  • E-Kickboard Service Providers - Shared Sales (in Million Units)
  • E-Kickboard Service Providers - Shared Sales (%)

Number of Pages: 31
Author: Aman Madhok
Published Date: November 2019


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