Ola Electric: CEO Bhavishya Aggarwal gave social media users a glimpse of the S1 electric scooter being made by an All-women workforce, where the company aims is to build 10 million electric scooters annually by 2022.
The two companies Ola and Mahindra that are forefront of India’s burgeoning electronic Vehicle movement.
The CEO of Ola Bhavishya Aggarwal gave social media users a glimpse of the S1 electric scooter being made by an All-women workforce, where the company aims is to build 10 million electric scooters annually by 2022.
Also, the Bhavish Aggarwal shares a video of celebrating “Girl Power” at Ola future factory came shortly after Anand Mahindra.
On Wednesday afternoon, Bhavish Aggarwal shares a video of women working in the Ola futurefactory.
As he had announced earlier that the company would employ 10,000 women and making it the “world largest women-only factory and only-all-women automotive manufacturing facility globally.”
The CEO of Ola wrote this in captain while sharing the video on Twitter. “Sneak peak of the scooters in production. The women at our Futurefactory are ramping up production fast!”
See the tweet here!
— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) October 27, 2021
The women-only factory came a day after the Mahindra Electric launched the Treo at its first international destination.
Suman Mishra CEO of Mahindra Electric, shares a pic of the All-women launch the electric auto in Nepal.
Launching the treo in Nepal with an all woman power team with Hon’ble cabinet Minister for energy Pumpha Bhushal, Susan Vaidya Shrestha, Kalpana Dhamala (ex Science and Technology Minister) and Swastima Khadka @anandmahindra @rajesh664 @MahindraElctrc @mahindrarise @anishshah21 https://t.co/yubZANMwYH
— Suman Mishra (@sumanmishra_1) October 26, 2021
Responding to the tweet of the Suman Mishra Mr. Mahindra has wrote- “Looks like Woman power = Renewable Energy! That’s an electrifying thought…”
Looks like Woman power=Renewable Energy! That’s an electrifying thought… https://t.co/emtKIY11n1
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 26, 2021
Many Netizens praised Ola and Mahindra for the women- employment initiative and a second of taking a right decision of this electric vehicles.
Look on it:
This is real women empowerment.
— Captain Jackva (@h_coona_matata) October 27, 2021
— Ola Electric (@OlaElectric) October 27, 2021
More Power to women power! Bravo 👏👏👏
— Dr Renu Sharma (@renujaiho) October 26, 2021
Let’s first look on the Ola Electric scooter!
— Arpana M (@m_arpana) October 26, 2021