The company is making forays into a variety of vehicle-sharing businesses outside of bike-sharing.
Huge sums of financing have reshaped the bike-sharing business in China. But where will the industry go from here?
If they hope to go global, bike-sharing startups must contend with regulatory & operational hurdles yet offer localized services & features.
Mobike and ofo are thriving in several countries, but not in the U.S. Here’s why.
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Mobike and ofo users have to watch out.
Ofo became the fourth Chinese internet platform to see 10 million daily transactions, after Taobao, Didi Chuxing, and Meituan.
Shanghai authorities are to demand GPS embedded in bikes, mandating quality to last for three years of use and more.
Mobike and ofo square off in their first overseas competition.
An insider in the startup world shares his know-how of China’s bike sharing business