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Job van de Kieft: The Next Generation Mobility Scooter for People With Limited Mobility

We build the next generation mobility scooter for people with limited mobility: We want our users to have the freedom of mobility while having no shame, no fear and no boundaries

Tell us about yourself?

Industrial design engineer who became world champion solar car racing in Australia in 2005. Since then involved in electric mobility. People with limited mobility use electric vehicles for decades and I saw an opportunity to improve in a very conservative market

What is the inspiration behind your business?

3 problems: people feel ashamed when needing a mobility scooter, mobility scooters are unsafe and mobility scooters have limited usage environment. this literally and figuratively narrows down the world of millions of people with limited mobility

What is your magic sauce?

We approach it as a way of transport, not a helping aid. It should look cool, be safer and have allroad capabilities

Where do you see your company going in 5 years time?

world player in our market

What has been your biggest setback so far?

I think we scaled our 2nd series to fast.

What is the next big challenge for your business?

We just connected 8 countries. Our biggest challenge is to have all those 8 countries up to speed with educated staff starting to sell

How do people get involved/buy into your vision?

we inspire with our videos that prove that you can go anywhere in the world with Scoozy.

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