6 Things To Know When Starting A Successful E Bikes Business

Want to start your own eBikes business? Here are 6 tips you should know.
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting an eBikes business:

#1: Borja Eraso, founder of tutiendaenergetica.es:

We chatted with with Borja, founder of tutiendaenergetica.es ($110K/month). In our interview, Borja says:

When you are passionate, you are constantly thinking about ways of proving your business and, when that happens, only good things will come your way.

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#2: Kyle Chittock, founder of Bolton Ebikes:

We chatted with with Kyle, founder of Bolton Ebikes ($350K/month). In our interview, Kyle says:

I needed my audience and customers to trust me. And so I jumped in with help wherever I could, answering questions, providing information, but never “selling”. Serve your customers first, and they will serve you.

Additionally:

I’ve sent a single email that generated over $100k in revenue in one day. No fancy funnels, no upsells, just a simple email with about 2 sentences, a photo, and a link to buy. Build trust and you don’t need everything else!

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#3: Borja Eraso, founder of tutiendaenergetica.es:

We chatted with with Borja, founder of tutiendaenergetica.es ($110K/month). In our interview, Borja says:

Do your research. Make sure that your product or service brings something different to your market.

Additionally:

You must give it your 100%. Perhaps quitting your day job (if you have one) is not a good idea at the beginning but, sooner or later you will have to take the leap in order to make it successful.

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#4: Stephan Aarstol , founder of Tower Electric Bikes:

We chatted with with Stephan, founder of Tower Electric Bikes ($250K/month). In our interview, Stephan says:

Keep your burn rate low. Worry less about the competition putting you out of business and worry more about yourself putting you out of business.

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