Actor Deepika Padukone’s family office has contributed to Blu Smart – an electric taxi startup, as an amount of $3 million. Whereas Padukone has contributed through KA Enterprises, other speculators incorporate JITO Angel Network, Bajaj Capital managing director Sanjiv Bajaj and Rajat Gupta, Former Managing Director of McKinsey. Blu Smart ecosystem is building an all-electric biological system with key organizations over car foundation and mobility companies.
Established by Puneet Singh Jaggi, Anmol Singh Jaggi and Punit K Goyal in October 2018, the startup claims to have served over 20,000 clients since its dispatch in fair 3 months in Delhi NCR trigon. Blu Smart is building an all-electric biological system with key associations over car, framework and vitality companies and plans to onboard 15,000 electric cars, 2500 chargers on its all electric ride sharing stage by 2021 whereas making job openings for drivers.
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Superior Mobility Experience for Customers
Punit K Goyal, Cofounder, Blu Smart said that Blu Smart is focused on superior mobility experience for its customers, cost savings, passenger safety, and security. The new innovative urban mobility offering gives customers personal freedom to travel wherever they want without the hassles of car ownership and stress of finding parking spots in densely populated urban areas.
Blue Smart expressed their happiness to get the Padmavat star on board.
Versatility in electric vehicles proceeds to be a conspicuous startup subject, with Ola Electric, the EV arm of ride-hailing unicorn raising $250 million from SoftBank’s Vision Fund prior this year. In expansion, e-scooter producer Ather Vitality has raised $51 million driven by Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal.
Padukone has been a dynamic financial specialist in new companies, with wagers on companies such as yogurt-maker Epigamia and space innovation startup Bellatrix Aviation.