Meet Hong Kong’s 1st and Largest Shared Platform with Mobile Charging, MobiJuce – Alexis Wong
Since the shared power bank service burst onto the scene, this new trend of being able to charge your smartphones on-the-go has taken the world by the storm in the past few years.
According to a recent survey, 1200 smartphone users on power banks usage found that at least 84 percent of respondents ran out of battery on their devices at least once a week. The survey further went on to reveal that 66 percent are willing to pay to rent if it meant that they did not have to stay in one place just to charge their device.
Today, we have the chance to chat with Alexis Wong, the self-confessed serial entrepreneur and founder and CEO of MobiJuce. She joins us in our studio to talk about Mobijuce power banks and how they plan to scale if more durable batteries came into play.
So let us know in the comments below… What are your thoughts on Mobijuce?
What Is MobiJuce?
Mobijuce is a Hong Kong startup that has produced a station, which has allowed smartphone users to rent a power bank and return it whenever they want, making our lives a whole lot better.
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