Ignas Survila Unicorn Electric Scooter For Sharing
Unicorn Electric Scooter For Sharing is Silver Design Award winner in 2018 - 2019 Vehicle, Mobility and Transportation Design Award Category.
Unicorn Electric Scooter For Sharing

You will probably notice the unusually shaped deck. This isn’t just a random design choice, it divides the deck so that Unicorn’s usefulness is increased. Either a kid can stand on the front section and ride together, or space can be used to carry a parcels! With a max motor output of 750W, this electric scooter can propel two users up to the hill, and with a range of 80km, you can continue the ride all day! When it does come time to re-charge, Unicorn simply docks into the charging port using the charging/locking system.

Unicorn Electric Scooter For Sharing
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Ignas Survila Electric Scooter For Sharing
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Ignas Survila design
Ignas Survila

The old-school approach to mobility requires innovation. Urban pollution, traffic jams, and climate change are a few of the many problems to solve. These problems resonate deeply with me, and I am already doing my best to tackle it. My name is Ignas Survila, and I am an experienced founder with a demonstrated history of working in the mobility industry. I have skills in product design, advertising, branding & identity, manufacturing management, business development, and entrepreneurship. Lately, I was the Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Unicorn Scooters and have long been inspired to work on last-mile transportation solutions in large part. Throughout my career, I have been at the forefront of innovative transportation solutions. Most recently as a pioneer in the kick scooter industry serving as Chief Executive Officer of Citybirds Sarl and General manager at Citybirds Sarl Lithuanian Branch. During four years I helped Citybirds to design, develop and launch four different sustainable products from the idea to the mass production, developed and executed short/long-term business strategies, created supply chain strategy, sales strategy, investor decks, and financial roadmaps. Moreover, I helped to attract investors to invest in Citybirds, and together with a fantastic team, we launched a successful crowdfunding campaign. Finally, I have successfully sold my part of the company to the investors from Switzerland. Citybirds, together with Unicorn Scooters, has been awarded 15 worldwide known design awards, including two Red Dots and three A'Design Awards.

Unicorn Scooters

The company Unicorn Scooters is headquartered in Vilnius, Lithuania which designs, develops and sells electric kick scooters for sharing.