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Micro-Mobility Market by Type (Bicycle, E-bike, E-kick Scooter), Propulsion (Pedal Assist & Electric), Ownership (B2B, B2C), Sharing (Docked, Dock-less), Data (Navigation, Payment), Travel Range, Speed and Region - Global Forecast to 2027

October 2022 | 226 pages | ID: MC6DAD3F16E4EN
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The micro-mobility market is estimated to grow from USD 3.4 billion in 2022 to USD 6.1 billion by 2027 at a CAGR of 12.5% over the forecast period. The most vital driver for the development of micro-mobility is the rapid urbanization around the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 50% of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a proportion that is likely to increase to around 60% by 2025. The increasing number of cars used by a large section of this population has added to road traffic congestion and parking problems in urban areas. This has led to the rapid development of regularized public transport systems. However, with public transportation comes a challenge – last-mile mobility - which would primarily drive the demand for micro-mobility.

The e-bike is expected to register highest growth in micro-mobility market. E-Bikes provide an edge over the traditional bicycles with less effort to be put during the riding and give an easy and smooth riding experience. The e-bike also offers speed up to 35 kmph which helps to commute the long distances for the user and go to high terrain. However, currently e-bike sharing has various challenges about charging and theft of battery and motor. The business-to-consumer ownership model is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period due to increase in deployment of number of vehicles and growing trend of short commute distance within cities by using metropolitan transport organizations. The rising urban population and increase in development of smart cities further increase the demand for on-demand public transport. Micro-mobility implementation is further driven by regulations and an emerging focus on smart city initiatives.

The smart cities include pop-up bike lanes, creating more open space, streets with only electric or low speed vehicles, dedicated lanes for micro-mobility devices are contributing towards the growth of micro-mobility market during the forecast period. As compared to other public transportation solutions, a micro-mobility services network is highly efficient. Once a network being implemented, a city can reduce the burden on other types of public transportation systems. For instance, in October 2022, Glasgow city installs solar powered warning signs which illuminate a cycle symbol to alert drivers to the presence of cyclists. Furthermore, in Paris, Action an electric vehicle charging system manufacturers offers docked stations charging system for e-bikes and e-scooters to park and charge in designated areas. In September 2022, emirate’s transport authority signed partnership agreement with Tier to deploy the e-kick scooters and e-bikes to build a safe and sustainable smart city. The city of Paris is one of the most prominent examples of addressing cluttering and promoting proper scooter parking. The city defined clear goals to ensure that riders do not park on the city’s narrow sidewalks and ensure that riders end their rides in dedicated preferred parking. Paris established 2,500 dedicated parking bays across the city, reallocating public space from cars and two-wheelers to micro-mobility.

Increase in the sale of personal vehicles in the last 10 years has given rise to more traffic congestion and more pollution. The micro-mobility concept supposes that people use the e-kick scooters, e-bike, bicycles, and e-mopeds for the short-term distance for the daily commute as and when required, thus leaving the currently predominant ownership model of vehicles. Car and bike dedicated infrastructure in urban areas such as roads and parking spaces can be reduced, and more infrastructure can be dedicated to sustainable transport and leisure space for inhabitants. For instance, London Transport Authority has been creating a temporary cycle lanes and other measures which improves the cycling?by more than 25%?without negatively impacting traffic. Furthermore, City of Minneapolis launched a mobility hub pilot program, where people can conveniently access low or no carbon transportation options including transit, bicycles, shared scooters and electric car-sharing. However, various countries have speed and infrastructure regulations which impacts the growth of micro-mobility market. Micro-mobility operators use public space to supply their mobility services. Some cities use a commercial model for the use of this space by charging a license fee for usage of the right-of-way and public infrastructure, similar to rent. Cities such as Bogota and Mexico City base regulatory fees on the need to invest in additional infrastructure to accommodate new mobility options. Mexico City licensed dock less bikes and e-bikes and e-kick scooters for use in a limited area of the central-western part of the city. In some cities micro-mobility companies need to pay regulatory fees. High regulatory fees are likely to limit the supply of micro-mobility and reduce socio-economic welfare. Ultimately, it may make micro-mobility businesses unviable.

As urbanization and utilization of public transport grows, micro-mobility solutions will be able to provide a better level of service for their customers, gradually moving users away from privately owned cars and bikes and further reducing traffic volume. These factors further reduce the carbon emissions in urban areas. With purely zero-emission mobility services, this impact on CO2 emissions would be significantly greater. The micro-mobility allows users to share and rent the e-kick scooters, e-bike, and e-mopeds are climate friendly mobility solutions which relives the traffic congestion and significantly contribute to CO2 reduction.

With rising smart cities, increase in urbanization, and rise in need to reduce the pollution micro-mobility service providers are getting investments from various investors. For instance, TIER (Germany) raised more than USD 467 million since its founding and in November 2020, company generates USD 250 million from SoftBank. Vogo (India) has raised USD 11.5 million in Series C funding, and it expects to turn a profit by the end of 2022. In February 2022, Beam Mobility Holdings Pte. Ltd. (Singapore) raised USD 93 million in Series B funding led by private equity firm Affirma Capital. In September 2022, Yulu (India), raised USD 85 million in series B funding from Magna (Canada) to enhance the battery swapping business. In September 2021, VanMoof, a Netherlands-based e-bike company, raised a USD 128M Series C funding.

The companies are also focusing on partnership and collaboration agreement with the universities, campuses, and major industrial units. For instance, Veo (US) has been partnered with University of Arkansas, University of Maryland, Rutgers University, and The University of Alabama to offer sustainable mobility within the campus and restrict the campus from vehicle emissions. In August 2022, Spin (US) partnered with the NC State to advance micro-mobility innovation across campus.

'The e-kick scooter would lead the market due to the better aesthetics and higher comfort.'

Increase in demand for emission free vehicles, rising trend of swappable battery technology, rise in number of e-kick scooter sharing service providers, would rise the demand for e-kick scooters during the forecast period. Governments across the globe are taking initiatives for the usage of kick scooters on streets, which are encouraging people to opt for e-kick scooters as a mode of travel. For example, In Belgium, both e-bikes and scooters are legally allowed on public roads, as long as riders stay under 25 km/h. Riders of e-scooters have to be aged 18 and older, and they’re not allowed on sidewalks. In February 2021, Irish Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan, legitimate the use of electric kick scooters on public roads of Ireland without requiring tax, insurance, or driving license. Such regulations are supporting the e-kick scooters market and increasing the demand across the globe. Moreover, higher penetration of e-kick scooters in the US, Canada, and Mexico with the presence of companies such as Lime and Bird are currently driving the demand from the Americas region.

Europe is projected to be the second largest market for micro-mobility

In Europe, developed economies such as the UK, Germany, France, and the Netherlands have been investing in smart transportation infrastructure. The social and trade agreements among European countries have promoted large-scale, cross-border trade and passenger traffic. The region has seen rapid development and adoption of electric vehicles. The planned investments to improve urban transport and traffic infrastructure in France and the UK are expected to drive the European micro-mobility market. Also, the region has the presence of fast-growing economies such as Spain, and Italy. In these countries, people prefer multiple modes of transportation. The consumed demand for refined and low emission vehicles in the region has exposed the micro-mobility market. Also, the goal of reducing 80% CO2 emissions in Europe by 2050 has boosted the overall demand for electric vehicles in the region which will propel the growth of e-bikes, e-kick scooter, and e-mopeds.

Segregated cycling infrastructure and sufficient parking spaces across European cities are essential to encourage people to use small modes of transport. According to European Institute of Technology, 10% of all European traffic is related to parking searches. The aim of Europe is to optimize movements of transits and reduce traffic congestion along with vehicular emissions. Also, the European region leads the micro-mobility markets because of the presence of leading players in these markets such as TIER, Bolt Technology O?, Voi, Felyx Sharing B.V., Wind Tel-Aviv (By-Byke) Ltd, and Splyt.

The Europe based startups are raising various investments and funding to grow the business and enhance its presence across the Europe. TIER raised more than USD 467 million up to October 2022, including USD 250 million round in November 2020 from SoftBank.

The Germany is projected to dominate the Europe micro-mobility market. Germany has a high number of micro-mobility service provider, a strong public transport system, high-quality cycling tracks, and hence, a strong micro-mobility infrastructure. The use of micro-mobility is expected to increase because of increasing public concerns and increased government investment in the segment. The German Light Electric Vehicle regulation permits the use of e-kick scooters on public roads, only up to maximum speed limit of 20kmph, with restrictions of minimum age of users being set at 14 and continuous rated power limit of 500 watts. The TIER, Voi, Bird, and Lime are some of the major players in German micro-mobility market and firstly offering services in large cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich. The various Netherlands based companies are also expanding its presence in Germany. For instance, in August 2021, Felyx Sharing B.V. expanding its service network in German cities, such as Berlin, D?sseldorf and Hamburg. The company recently doubled its fleet to a total of 6,000 moped electric mopeds. According to primary insights there is growth for e-kick scooter in Germany.

In-depth interviews were conducted with CEOs, marketing directors, other innovation and strategy directors, and executives from various key organizations operating in this market.
  • By Company Type: Micro-mobility Service Providers – 100%
  • By Designation: C Level - 30%, Directors- 20%, and Others – 50%
  • By Region: Europe - 40%, Asia Pacific - 30%, North America –20%, RoW – 10%
The micro-mobility market is dominated by a few globally established companies such as Bird Global, Inc. (US), Lyft, Inc. (US), Lime (US), Helbiz Inc. (US), Dott (Netherlands). TIER (Germany), Bolt (Estonia), Voi (Sweden), and Veo (US).

Research Coverage:

The study segments the micro-mobility market and forecasts the market size based on type (bicycles, e-bikes, e-kick scooters, and others), speed (up to 25 kmph and 25-45 kmph), propulsion (human powered and electrically powered), sharing type (docked and dock-less), ownership (Business-to-Business and Business-to-Consumer), data service (navigation, payment, and other data services), travel range (Up to 3 miles and 3-6 miles), and region (Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Americas).

The study also includes an in-depth competitive analysis of the major micro-mobility service providers in the market, along with their company profiles, key observations related to services and business offerings, recent developments, and key market strategies.

Key Benefits of Buying the Report:

The report will help the market leaders/new entrants in this market with the information on the closest approximations of the revenue numbers for the overall micro-mobility market and the sub-segments. This report will help stakeholders understand the competitive landscape and gain more insights to better position their businesses and plan suitable go-to-market strategies. The report also helps stakeholders understand the market's pulse and provides them information on key market drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities.
1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 STUDY OBJECTIVES
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION
TABLE 1 MICRO-MOBILITY DEVICES AND THEIR KEY CHARACTERISTICS
1.3 STUDY SCOPE
FIGURE 1 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET SEGMENTATION
  1.3.1 INCLUSIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
  1.3.2 YEARS CONSIDERED
1.4 CURRENCY
1.5 LIMITATIONS
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2.1 RESEARCH APPROACH
FIGURE 2 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN
FIGURE 3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY MODEL
  2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA
    2.1.1.1 List of key secondary sources
    2.1.1.2 Secondary sources
  2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA
FIGURE 4 BREAKDOWN OF PRIMARY INTERVIEWS
    2.1.2.1 Sampling techniques and data collection methods
    2.1.2.2 Primary participants
2.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION
FIGURE 5 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION: HYPOTHESIS BUILDING
  2.2.1 TOP-DOWN APPROACH
FIGURE 6 TOP-DOWN APPROACH: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE
2.3 FACTOR ANALYSIS
2.4 MARKET BREAKDOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION
FIGURE 7 DATA TRIANGULATION
2.5 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS
2.6 RESEARCH LIMITATIONS

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

FIGURE 8 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET OUTLOOK
FIGURE 9 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022 VS. 2027 (USD MILLION)

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS

4.1 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET OVERVIEW
FIGURE 10 INCREASING DEMAND FOR FIRST- AND LAST-MILE TRANSPORTATION DRIVES MARKET
4.2 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE
FIGURE 11 SUPPORTING INFRASTRUCTURE AND GOVERNMENT POLICIES TO BOOST DEMAND FOR E-KICK SCOOTERS
4.3 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SHARING TYPE
FIGURE 12 STATION BASED SEGMENT HOLDS MAXIMUM MARKET SHARE DUE TO INCREASING VEHICLE SAFETY CONCERNS
4.4 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY PROPULSION
FIGURE 13 HUMAN-POWERED PROPULSION HAS LARGEST MARKET SHARE DUE TO CHALLENGES OF BATTERY CHARGING AND ITS CAPACITY
4.5 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY OWNERSHIP
FIGURE 14 BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER TO BE LARGEST SEGMENT IN MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET
4.6 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY DATA SERVICE
FIGURE 15 NAVIGATION SEGMENT LEADS OWING TO ROUTE PLANNING AND VEHICLE TRACKING FEATURES OFFERED FOR BETTER USER EXPERIENCE
4.7 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SPEED
FIGURE 16 UP TO 25 KMPH SEGMENT LEADS MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET
4.8 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TRAVEL RANGE
FIGURE 17 UP TO 3 MILES SEGMENT IS EXPECTED TO HOLD LARGEST MARKET SIZE DURING FORECAST PERIOD
4.9 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION
FIGURE 18 AMERICAS TO LEAD OWING TO RISING VENTURE CAPITAL AND STRATEGIC INVESTMENT BY KEY SERVICE PROVIDERS

5 MARKET OVERVIEW

5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS
FIGURE 19 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET DYNAMICS
  5.2.1 DRIVERS
    5.2.1.1 Increasing concerns regarding first- and last-mile transportation to drive micro-mobility demand
      5.2.1.1.1 Rapid urbanization
      5.2.1.1.2 Rising trend of on-demand public transportation systems in smart cities
FIGURE 20 THE FREQUENCY OF MICRO-MOBILITY VEHICLE USE, BY COUNTRY, 2021
TABLE 2 MODE OF TRANSPORTATION VARIES BY DISTANCE
FIGURE 21 COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF MICRO-MOBILITY SERVICES
      5.2.1.1.3 Increase in cost of vehicle ownership
FIGURE 22 AVERAGE COST PER CAR, 2020 VS 2022 (CENTS PER MILE)
      5.2.1.1.4 Demand for environment-friendly services
    5.2.1.2 Rise in venture capital and strategic investments
    5.2.1.3 Increase in usage of smartphones
FIGURE 23 GLOBAL INTERNET USAGE, 2005–2021 (BILLION PEOPLE)
FIGURE 24 SMARTPHONE PENETRATION IN MAJOR COUNTRIES, 2021
  5.2.2 RESTRAINTS
    5.2.2.1 Low rate of internet penetration in developing regions or remote areas
  5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES
    5.2.3.1 Development in connected and telematics technologies
    5.2.3.2 Opportunities for service providers in untapped markets
    5.2.3.3 Electric two-wheeler and component manufacturers entering micro-mobility business
FIGURE 25 MICRO-MOBILITY BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY HEAT MAP
  5.2.4 CHALLENGES
    5.2.4.1 Rise in bike vandalism and theft
    5.2.4.2 Regulations in developed countries
TABLE 3 REGULATIONS AND POLICIES IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES
    5.2.4.3 Identification and allocation of received investments
5.3 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
TABLE 4 IMPACT OF PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS ON MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET
FIGURE 26 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET: PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
  5.3.1 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS
  5.3.2 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES
  5.3.3 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS
  5.3.4 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS
  5.3.5 INTENSITY OF COMPETITIVE RIVALRY
5.4 TRADE ANALYSIS
  5.4.1 EXPORT TRADE DATA
FIGURE 27 EXPORT TRADE DATA, BY KEY COUNTRIES, 2017–2021 (USD)
  5.4.2 IMPORT TRADE DATA
FIGURE 28 IMPORT TRADE DATA, BY KEY COUNTRIES, 2017–2021 (USD)
5.5 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET: TRENDS AND DISRUPTIONS IMPACTING CUSTOMERS
FIGURE 29 REVENUE SHIFT FOR MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET
5.6 CASE STUDIES
  5.6.1 VOI AND OSLO DISTRICT COLLABORATE ON PARKING INFRASTRUCTURE TO ALLOCATE SPACE FOR ZERO-EMISSION TRANSPORT
  5.6.2 INNOVATIVE MOBILE APP TO CONTROL ELECTRIC SCOOTER NAVIGATION AND BATTERY STATUS
  5.6.3 IMPROVING IN-RIDE EXPERIENCE OF POPULAR E-SCOOTER-SHARING APP
  5.6.4 EBIKELABS SMART E-BIKES FOR HEALTH ENTITIES
5.7 PATENT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 30 MICRO-MOBILITY PATENTS FILINGS WORLDWIDE, 2012–2020
TABLE 5 PATENT ANALYSIS
5.8 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
FIGURE 31 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET: VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
5.9 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET ECOSYSTEM
FIGURE 32 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET ECOSYSTEM
TABLE 6 ROLE OF COMPANIES IN THE MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET ECOSYSTEM
5.10 REGULATORY ANALYSIS
  5.10.1 CLASSIFICATION OF MICRO-MOBILITY VEHICLES AT REGIONAL LEVEL
    5.10.1.1 Europe
TABLE 7 EUROPE: LIST OF REGULATORY BODIES, VEHICLE TYPES, AND THEIR FEATURES
    5.10.1.2 US
TABLE 8 US: LIST OF REGULATORY BODIES, VEHICLE TYPES, AND THEIR FEATURES
    5.10.1.3 Asia
    5.10.1.4 Latin America
5.11 PRICING ANALYSIS
  5.11.1 AVERAGE COST PER TRIP, 2021 (USD)
TABLE 9 AVERAGE COST PER TRIP FOR E-KICK SCOOTERS, 2021 (USD)
5.12 TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS
  5.12.1 SMART PARKING TECHNOLOGY
  5.12.2 IN-APP SOFTWARE EDUCATES AND INCREASES SAFE VEHICLE USE
  5.12.3 CONNECTIVE TECHNOLOGY ALLOWS MULTIMODALITY
  5.12.4 BATTERY SWAPPING
5.13 KEY CONFERENCES AND EVENTS IN 2022–2023
5.14 KEY STAKEHOLDERS AND BUYING CRITERIA
  5.14.1 KEY STAKEHOLDERS IN BUYING PROCESS
TABLE 10 INFLUENCE OF STAKEHOLDERS IN BUYING PROCESS FOR MICRO-MOBILITY SERVICES (%)
  5.14.2 BUYING CRITERIA
FIGURE 33 KEY BUYING CRITERIA FOR THE MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET
TABLE 11 KEY BUYING CRITERIA FOR MICRO-MOBILITY TYPES

6 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY BATTERY TYPE

6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2 LITHIUM-ION
  6.2.1 E-BIKES HAVE MAXIMUM PENETRATION OF LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES OWING TO HIGH POWER RANGE AND COMPACT SIZE
6.3 LITHIUM-ION POLYMER
  6.3.1 LOW WEIGHT AND BETTER RANGE OF LITHIUM-ION POLYMER BATTERIES DRIVE DEMAND
6.4 LEAD ACID
  6.4.1 LOW COST AND LIGHTWEIGHT FEATURES OF LEAD-ACID BATTERY DRIVE DEMAND
6.5 OTHERS
  6.5.1 LITHIUM-TITANATE BATTERY DEMAND EXPECTED TO INCREASE IN FUTURE

7 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY VOLTAGE

7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.2 BELOW 24V
  7.2.1 E-SKATEBOARDS, SCOOTERS, AND E-BIKES USUALLY USE LESS THAN 24V BATTERIES
7.3 36V
  7.3.1 36V BATTERIES INCREASE DISTANCE RANGE AND IMPROVE VEHICLE PERFORMANCE
7.4 48V
  7.4.1 MANUFACTURERS OF E-KICK SCOOTERS AND E-MOPEDS PREFER 48V BATTERIES FOR A FEW MODELS
7.5 > 48V
  7.5.1 DEMAND FOR 60V BATTERIES EXPECTED TO GROW IN A FEW MICRO-MOBILITY APPLICATIONS

8 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE

8.1 INTRODUCTION
  8.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  8.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
  8.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
FIGURE 34 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022 VS. 2027 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 12 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 13 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.2 BICYCLES
  8.2.1 DEMAND FOR ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY FIRST- AND LAST-MILE TRANSPORT SOLUTIONS DRIVING DEMAND
TABLE 14 BICYCLES: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 15 BICYCLES: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.3 E-BIKES
  8.3.1 SUPPORTING GOVERNMENT POLICIES AND FUNDING FROM KEY SERVICE PROVIDERS DRIVING MARKET
TABLE 16 E-BIKES: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 17 E-BIKES: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.4 E-KICK SCOOTERS
  8.4.1 CUSTOMER PREFERENCE FOR BETTER AESTHETICS AND HIGHER COMFORT TO DRIVE DEMAND
TABLE 18 E-KICK SCOOTERS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 19 E-KICK SCOOTERS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
8.5 OTHERS
  8.5.1 DEMAND FOR SKATEBOARDS AND SEGWAYS TO INCREASE OWING TO SUPPORTING INFRASTRUCTURE
TABLE 20 OTHERS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 21 OTHERS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)

9 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY PROPULSION

9.1 INTRODUCTION
  9.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  9.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
  9.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
FIGURE 35 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY PROPULSION, 2022 VS. 2027 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 22 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY PROPULSION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 23 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY PROPULSION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
9.2 HUMAN POWERED (PEDAL-ASSIST)
  9.2.1 EASY ACCESSIBILITY AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS INCREASING DEMAND FOR HUMAN-POWERED BICYCLES
TABLE 24 HUMAN POWERED (PEDAL ASSIST): MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 25 HUMAN POWERED (PEDAL ASSIST): MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
9.3 ELECTRICALLY POWERED
  9.3.1 GROWING CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE AND IMPROVED BATTERY PERFORMANCE TO DRIVE MARKET
TABLE 26 ELECTRICALLY POWERED: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 27 ELECTRICALLY POWERED: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)

10 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SHARING TYPE

10.1 INTRODUCTION
  10.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  10.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
  10.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
FIGURE 36 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SHARING TYPE, 2022 VS. 2027 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 28 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SHARING TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 29 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SHARING TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
10.2 STATION BASED (DOCKED)
  10.2.1 DOCKED SHARING TYPE PROVIDES MORE SECURE SOLUTION FOR FLEETS
TABLE 30 STATION BASED (DOCKED): MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 31 STATION BASED (DOCKED): MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
10.3 DOCK-LESS
  10.3.1 DOCK-LESS STATIONS OFFER MAXIMUM FREEDOM TO CUSTOMERS
TABLE 32 DOCKLESS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 33 DOCKLESS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)

11 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY OWNERSHIP

11.1 INTRODUCTION
  11.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  11.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
  11.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
FIGURE 37 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY OWNERSHIP, 2022 VS. 2027 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 34 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY OWNERSHIP, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 35 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY OWNERSHIP, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
11.2 BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS
  11.2.1 RISING DEMAND FOR EMISSION-FREE VEHICLES IN UNIVERSITIES AND CAMPUSES DRIVES MARKET
TABLE 36 BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 37 BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
11.3 BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER
  11.3.1 RISE IN SMART CITY PROJECTS AND INCREASE IN DEMAND FOR SHORT-DISTANCE TRAVEL BOOST MARKET GROWTH
TABLE 38 BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 39 BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)

12 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY DATA SERVICE

12.1 INTRODUCTION
  12.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  12.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
  12.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
FIGURE 38 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY DATA SERVICE, 2022 VS. 2027 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 40 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY DATA SERVICE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 41 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY DATA SERVICE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
12.2 NAVIGATION
  12.2.1 REAL-TIME DATA AND ROUTE PLANNING FEATURES BOOST NAVIGATION SEGMENT
TABLE 42 NAVIGATION: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 43 NAVIGATION: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
12.3 PAYMENT
  12.3.1 INCREASE IN POPULARITY OF DIGITAL PAYMENTS AND THEIR CONVENIENCE IS DRIVING DEMAND
TABLE 44 PAYMENT: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 45 PAYMENT: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
12.4 OTHERS
  12.4.1 DOCK-LESS STATIONS OFFERING MAXIMUM FREEDOM TO CUSTOMERS DRIVING GROWTH
TABLE 46 OTHERS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 47 OTHER: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)

13 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TRAVEL RANGE

13.1 INTRODUCTION
  13.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  13.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
  13.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
FIGURE 39 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TRAVEL RANGE, 2022 VS. 2027 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 48 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TRAVEL RANGE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 49 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TRAVEL RANGE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
13.2 UP TO 3 MILES
  13.2.1 E-KICK SCOOTERS AND BICYCLES USED TO COMMUTE UP TO 3 MILES
TABLE 50 UP TO 3 MILES: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 51 UP TO 3 MILES: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
13.3 3–6 MILES
  13.3.1 MAJORITY OF E-MOPEDS USED TO COMMUTE 3–6 MILES DISTANCE
TABLE 52 3–6 MILES: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 53 3–6 MILES: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)

14 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SPEED

14.1 INTRODUCTION
  14.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  14.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
  14.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
FIGURE 40 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SPEED, 2022 VS. 2027 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 54 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SPEED, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 55 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY SPEED, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
14.2 UP TO 25 KMPH
  14.2.1 INCREASE IN DEMAND FOR E-BIKES AND E-KICK SCOOTERS WOULD DRIVE MARKET
TABLE 56 CITY SPEED LIMITS, 2022
TABLE 57 UP TO 25 KMPH: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 58 UP TO 25 KMPH: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
14.3 25–45 KMPH
  14.3.1 LONG-DISTANCE COVERAGE AND EMERGENCE OF TOURISM TO BOOST MARKET GROWTH
TABLE 59 25–45 KMPH: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 60 25–45 KMPH: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)

15 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION

15.1 INTRODUCTION
  15.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  15.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS
  15.1.3 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
FIGURE 41 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022 VS. 2027 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 61 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 62 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
15.2 AMERICAS
TABLE 63 NUMBER OF TRIPS IN NORTH AMERICA
FIGURE 42 AMERICAS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET SNAPSHOT
TABLE 64 AMERICAS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 65 AMERICAS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.2.1 US
    15.2.1.1 US holds largest market share owing to presence of Lime and Lyft
TABLE 66 US: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 67 US: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.2.2 CANADA
    15.2.2.1 E-kick scooter estimated to show fastest growth in Canada micro-mobility market
TABLE 68 CANADA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 69 CANADA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.2.3 MEXICO
    15.2.3.1 Rising demand for e-kick scooters driving market
TABLE 70 MEXICO: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 71 MEXICO: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.2.4 BRAZIL
    15.2.4.1 Brazil projected to be fastest-growing market in Americas
TABLE 72 BRAZIL: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 73 BRAZIL: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
15.3 EUROPE
FIGURE 43 EUROPE: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET SNAPSHOT
TABLE 74 EUROPE: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 75 EUROPE: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.3.1 GERMANY
    15.3.1.1 Structural lanes and developed infrastructure supporting micro-mobility will drive market in Germany
TABLE 76 GERMANY: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 77 GERMANY: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.3.2 FRANCE
    15.3.2.1 High demand for bicycles and e-kick scooters will drive market in France
TABLE 78 FRANCE: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 79 FRANCE: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.3.3 ITALY
    15.3.3.1 Increasing use of micro-mobility in Rome and Milan will boost Italian market
TABLE 80 ITALY: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 81 ITALY: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.3.4 RUSSIA
    15.3.4.1 Increasing government initiatives to fuel market in Russia
TABLE 82 RUSSIA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 83 RUSSIA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.3.5 SPAIN
    15.3.5.1 E-kick scooters estimated to show fastest growth in Spain
TABLE 84 SPAIN: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 85 SPAIN: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.3.6 UK
    15.3.6.1 Increasing focus on low-speed sharing vehicles to drive demand
TABLE 86 UK: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 87 UK: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.3.7 NETHERLANDS
    15.3.7.1 Rising focus on bicycles as a sharing service to boost market growth
TABLE 88 NETHERLANDS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 89 NETHERLANDS: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
15.4 ASIA PACIFIC
TABLE 90 ASIA PACIFIC: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 91 ASIA PACIFIC: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
FIGURE 44 ASIA PACIFIC: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, 2022 VS 2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.4.1 CHINA
    15.4.1.1 Increasing adoption of e-bikes and e-kick scooters and government incentives to lead to reduced emissions
TABLE 92 CHINA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 93 CHINA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.4.2 INDIA
    15.4.2.1 India estimated to be fastest-growing market in Asia Pacific
TABLE 94 INDIA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 95 INDIA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.4.3 JAPAN
    15.4.3.1 E-kick scooter shows fastest growth in Japan’s micro-mobility market
TABLE 96 JAPAN: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 97 JAPAN: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.4.4 SINGAPORE
    15.4.4.1 Presence of leading players makes Singapore third-largest market in Asia Pacific
TABLE 98 SINGAPORE: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 99 SINGAPORE: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.4.5 INDONESIA
    15.4.5.1 Indonesia second-largest market for micro-mobility in Asia Pacific
TABLE 100 INDONESIA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 101 INDONESIA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)
  15.4.6 SOUTH KOREA
    15.4.6.1 E-kick scooters estimated to show fastest growth
TABLE 102 SOUTH KOREA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2018–2021 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 103 SOUTH KOREA: MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY TYPE, 2022–2027 (USD MILLION)

16 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

16.1 OVERVIEW
16.2 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2021
TABLE 104 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2021
FIGURE 45 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET SHARE, 2021
16.3 REVENUE ANALYSIS OF TOP LISTED/PUBLIC PLAYERS
FIGURE 46 REVENUE ANALYSIS OF TOP LISTED/PUBLIC PLAYERS, 2019–2021
16.4 COMPANY EVALUATION QUADRANT: MICRO-MOBILITY SERVICE PROVIDER
  16.4.1 STARS
  16.4.2 EMERGING LEADERS
  16.4.3 PERVASIVE PLAYERS
  16.4.4 PARTICIPANTS
TABLE 105 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET: COMPANY SERVICES FOOTPRINT, 2021
TABLE 106 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET: COMPANY MICRO-MOBILITY SERVICES FOOTPRINT, 2021
TABLE 107 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET: COMPANY REGION FOOTPRINT, 2021
FIGURE 47 COMPETITIVE EVALUATION MATRIX: MICRO-MOBILITY SERVICE PROVIDERS, 2021
FIGURE 48 DETAILS ON KEY DEVELOPMENTS BY LEADING PLAYERS
16.5 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO
  16.5.1 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 108 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS, 2022
  16.5.2 DEALS
TABLE 109 DEALS, 2022
  16.5.3 EXPANSIONS, 2019–2022
TABLE 110 EXPANSIONS, 2022
16.6 KEY PLAYER STRATEGIES/RIGHT TO WIN, 2019–2022
TABLE 111 COMPANIES ADOPTED NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS AND PARTNERSHIPS AS KEY GROWTH STRATEGIES FROM 2019 TO 2022
16.7 COMPETITIVE BENCHMARKING
TABLE 112 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET: DETAILED LIST OF KEY STARTUPS/SMES
TABLE 113 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET: COMPETITIVE BENCHMARKING OF KEY PLAYERS [STARTUPS/SMES]

17 COMPANY PROFILES

(Business Overview, Products Offered, Recent Developments, and MnM View (Key strengths/Right to Win, Strategic Choices Made, and Weaknesses and Competitive Threats))*
17.1 INTRODUCTION
17.2 KEY PLAYERS
  17.2.1 BIRD GLOBAL, INC.
TABLE 114 BIRD GLOBAL, INC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
FIGURE 49 BIRD GLOBAL, INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 115 BIRD GLOBAL, INC.: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 116 BIRD GLOBAL, INC.: DEALS
TABLE 117 BIRD GLOBAL, INC.: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 118 BIRD GLOBAL, INC.: EXPANSION
  17.2.2 LYFT, INC.
TABLE 119 LYFT, INC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
FIGURE 50 LYFT, INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 120 LYFT, INC.: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 121 LYFT, INC.: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 122 LYFT, INC.: DEALS
  17.2.3 LIME
TABLE 123 LIME: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
TABLE 124 LIME: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 125 LIME: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 126 LIME: DEALS
  17.2.4 DOTT
TABLE 127 DOTT: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
TABLE 128 DOTT: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 129 DOTT: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 130 DOTT: DEALS
  17.2.5 HELBIZ INC.
TABLE 131 HELBIZ INC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
FIGURE 51 HELBIZ INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 132 HELBIZ INC.: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 133 HELBIZ INC.: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 134 HELBIZ INC.: DEALS
  17.2.6 TIER
TABLE 135 TIER: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
TABLE 136 TIER: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 137 TIER: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 138 TIER: DEALS
  17.2.7 BOLT TECHNOLOGY O?
TABLE 139 BOLT TECHNOLOGY O?: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
TABLE 140 BOLT TECHNOLOGY O?: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 141 BOLT TECHNOLOGY O?: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 142 BOLT TECHNOLOGY O?: DEALS
  17.2.8 VOI
TABLE 143 VOI: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
TABLE 144 VOI: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 145 VOI: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 146 VOI: DEALS
  17.2.9 SUPERPEDESTRIAN INC.
TABLE 147 SUPERPEDESTRIAN INC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
TABLE 148 SUPERPEDESTRIAN INC.: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 149 SUPERPEDESTRIAN INC.: DEALS
  17.2.10 SPIN
TABLE 150 SPIN: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
TABLE 151 SPIN: PRODUCTS OFFERED
TABLE 152 SPIN: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 153 SPIN: DEALS
17.3 OTHER PLAYERS
  17.3.1 NIU INTERNATIONAL
TABLE 154 NIU INTERNATIONAL: COMPANY OVERVIEW
  17.3.2 VEO
TABLE 155 VEO: COMPANY OVERVIEW
  17.3.3 FELYX SHARING B.V.
TABLE 156 FELYX SHARING B.V.: COMPANY OVERVIEW
  17.3.4 YULU
TABLE 157 YULU: COMPANY OVERVIEW
  17.3.5 MOOVIT INC.
TABLE 158 MOOVIT INC.: COMPANY OVERVIEW
  17.3.6 WIND TEL-AVIV (BY-BYKE) LTD.
TABLE 159 WIND TEL-AVIV (BY-BYKE) LTD.: COMPANY OVERVIEW
  17.3.7 BEAM MOBILITY HOLDINGS PTE. LTD.
TABLE 160 BEAM MOBILITY HOLDINGS PTE. LTD.: COMPANY OVERVIEW
  17.3.8 E-STRALIAN PTY LTD
TABLE 161 E-STRALIAN PTY LTD: COMPANY OVERVIEW
  17.3.9 HELLO-BIKE
TABLE 162 HELLO-BIKE: COMPANY OVERVIEW
  17.3.10 SPLYT TECHNOLOGIES LTD.
TABLE 163 SPLYT TECHNOLOGIES LTD.: COMPANY OVERVIEW
*Details on Business Overview, Products Offered, Recent Developments, and MnM View (Key strengths/Right to Win, Strategic Choices Made, and Weaknesses and Competitive Threats) might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

18 RECOMMENDATIONS BY MARKETSANDMARKETS

18.1 NORTH AMERICA LEADING MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET GLOBALLY
18.2 E-KICK SCOOTERS DEMAND INCREASING IN EUROPE OWING TO SUPPORTING GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
18.3 CONCLUSION

19 APPENDIX

19.1 KEY INSIGHTS OF INDUSTRY EXPERTS
19.2 DISCUSSION GUIDE
19.3 KNOWLEDGESTORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL
19.4 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS
  19.4.1 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY AGE GROUP
    19.4.1.1 15–34
    19.4.1.2 34–54
    19.4.1.3 55 & Above
  19.4.2 MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY LOCATION
    19.4.2.1 Roads
    19.4.2.2 Tracks
    19.4.2.3 Footpaths
  19.4.3 SKATEBOARDS MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION
    19.4.3.1 Americas
    19.4.3.2 Europe
    19.4.3.3 Asia Pacific
  19.4.4 SEGWAYS MICRO-MOBILITY MARKET, BY REGION
    19.4.4.1 Americas
    19.4.4.2 Europe
    19.4.4.3 Asia Pacific
19.5 RELATED REPORTS
19.6 AUTHOR DETAILS


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