British Automobile Brand One Moto India announces increasing manpower by 150 percent

Hyderabad, 22 April 2022: One Moto India- The first-ever British Brand of Elegant and premium 2-Wheeler EV in India, has announced increasing manpower by 150% in its first hiring drive in India. The brand currently boasts a workforce of 35, and aims to take this number up to 100 by the end of fiscal.

The brand has been on an aggressive launch spree announcing three electric scooters within a span of 3 months- Byka, Electa, and Commuta.

One Moto India has been targeting major expansion in terms of its dealership network along with eyeing ambitious sales targets for the year. The current hiring drive comes in line with its targets for the year. It is planning to majorly hire across departments including – Sales & Marketing , Research & Development, Operations & Engineering , Human Resources , Marcom , Dealership Management and Higher Management .

The hiring will take place across levels including fresher, mid level and senior level. The purpose is to strengthen departments including – technical, sales, and administration. In addition to this the brand is also eyeing certain additions in the leadership level.

“Since we forayed in India, we have been focussing on introducing the product and USP. Now, it is time for the brand to take a step ahead and look at expansion in terms of presence, product, technology. As we enter the new fiscal year with new targets, we also require new recruits that will have different qualities and skills to enable these strategies and help us achieve. We expect onboarding striking skill sets through this hiring drive,” said Mr.Muzammil Riyaz -Promoter and Founder of One Moto India.

For freshers, the brand is also planning to opt for campus hiring this year. The hiring will be conducted for locations pan India – Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai , Delhi.


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