No strings attached- why millennials can’t get enough of Bounce!

Millennials love two things: minimalism & a lifestyle that doesn’t weigh them down. In the past ownership and consumerism were looked at as treats only financially successful could partake in. Today, most 20 and 30-somethings look at them as heavy anchors that kill their free-spiritedness.  For the generations before them, rent was looked at as sunk cost. But millennials are more than...

Bounce: the most pocket-friendly option in town!

Daily commute is an essential part of all our lives. The average Bangalorean spends upto Rs.3,000 on getting around the city. Daily commute is an essential and sometimes time-consuming part of our lives. But many of us look forward to it if a transport service goes that extra mile to look after us in our everyday lives without burning a hole in our pockets. This week, we take a closer look at...

Tales from the Lockdown – By your Bounce Scooter

Is it just me or has it really been a really long summer? Well, I am glad that it’s over now but I have to admit, I missed being on the roads. While it was difficult to stay away, I am excited to finally bounce back. But there’s an uninvited guest who has everyone’s attention. Wherever I go, all I hear is ‘Corona’. I am not sure what exactly it is but from what I can make of it is that...

Urban Mobility in the face of a Pandemic.

The role of self-drive shared scooters Where do we stand? The rapid spread of the novel coronavirus and its resulting condition has caught much of the world off-guard. The story is yet to fully play out, but it is evident that the crisis is global in nature and that science is on the frontlines in the fight against the virus. This includes medical professionals attempting to heal those affected...

Connected – Engaged – Indoors. Here’s how our Bounce family is coping with the lockdown

If we could turn back the clock by two months, the world would have a different setting. It would be business as usual in most parts of India. People everywhere, chaos, traffic, crowded bazaars, hustle, and bustle - they all would continue to form this visual that our country is known by, ‘crowded’. But then, flash forward to reality. The Coronavirus poses one of the most complex challenges...