Espin eBikes is riding the revolution for a cleaner, greener and more fun commute
Josh Lam and Yina Liu, Co-Founders of Espin eBikes an eBike company based in the Bay area, focused on affordable commuter eBikes joins the Green Business Podcast Show.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guests Josh Lam and Yina Liu discuss the following:
- Why did you start Espin eBikes?
- What are the benefits of riding an eBike? vs a regular bike? vs driving?
- eBikes companies are growing in popularity, what’s different about Espin?
- What is the environmental impact that eBikes can have in major cities?
- Where do you see the biggest opportunity for eBikes? Do you see it being as popular as a traditional bike?
Josh Lam and Yina Liu are the co-founders of Espin eBikes, the stylish, new breed of commuter electric bikes with an efficient 350-watt motor and a high quality lithium-ion battery that offers 25-50 miles of riding range.
Although he is a first-time entrepreneur, Josh comes from a family of entrepreneurs, where he was influenced and motivated to create a product or service that could make a positive impact on the world. As an avid traveler throughout Europe and Asia, Josh likes to study the efficiency of each country’s transportational framework, which led to the creation of Espin. With a finance and real estate development background, Josh currently oversees Espin’s sales, finance and business development departments. He is responsible for building partnerships with local and national retailers, as well as spreading the brand’s vision and eBike education
Yina is no stranger to the entrepreneurial world, as she previously co-founded Red Door Apparel, a Shanghai-based crowdsourcing T-shirt design company. As a third culture individual – having lived in Norway, China and the United States – Yina has taken advantage of her international background and education, where skills in intercultural communication and language ability launched her professional career in international marketing, with a focus on digital marketing. Yina currently holds a multi-tasking role within Espin in overseeing operations, including product development, business operations and communications.