Improving Efficiency and Profitability of Shared Micro-Mobility Operators

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 18 Jul 2022
Code: AN-5544
Research Type: Research Report
Pages: 38
Improving Efficiency and Profitability of Shared Micro-Mobility Operators
RELATED SERVICE: Smart Mobility & Automotive
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Transform or reformulate business models and operations based on a comprehensive assessment of strategies to achieve profitability.
  • Identify tools to improve micro-mobility vehicle safety.
  • Plan operations, products, and services launch based on the forecast market opportunity.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are the most effective shared micro-mobility business models?
  • What are the main obstacles to efficiency and profitability, and how can shared micro-mobility become profitable?
  • What are the most critical aspects of vehicle design for shared micro-mobility?
  • How will the current macro-economic and geopolitical situation affect the shared micro-mobility market?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • A thorough assessment of the main obstacles hindering shared micro-mobility profitability.
  • Comprehensive overview of the solutions to make micro-mobility operations more efficient and profitable.
  • Examination of authorities' concerns with shared micro-mobility and recommendations to win permits and competitive tenders.
  • Market sizing and forecasting of shared and last-mile micro-mobility fleet sizes (bicycles, e-bicycles, e-scooters, and mopeds), trip and delivery revenue, and vehicle spending.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Decision makers at shared micro-mobility companies looking to achieve profitability.
  • Product managers at telematics and fleet management companies and vehicle Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) who are developing or wish to develop products tailored for shared micro-mobility.
  • Planners at silicon suppliers and Battery-as-a-Service (BaaS) players accessing the shared micro-mobility opportunity.

Table of Contents


1.1. Key Takeaways
1.2. Definitions


2.1. Traditional Business Model
2.2. Advertising- and Gamification-Led Revenue Models
2.3. Automatic Dynamic Pricing
2.4. Diversification
2.5. Outsourcing


3.1. Growth-Based Strategy
3.2. Safety
3.3. City Requirements and Regulation
3.4. Higher Costs
3.5. Macro Political and Economic Environment


4.1. Data Analytics
4.2. Safety
4.3. Customer Management
4.4. Swappable Batteries
4.5. Connected Services


5.1. Regional Differences


6.1. Shared Micro-Mobility Installed Base
6.2. Shared Bicycles Installed Base
6.3. Shared e-Scooters Installed Base
6.4. Shared Mopeds Installed Base
6.5. Shared Mobility Revenue
6.6. Vehicle Spending
6.7. Last-Mile Delivery: Two-Wheelers