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The Future of Transportation

Posted: January 4, 2020 at 12:01 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Jay Giraud, an automotive tech entrepreneur focused on launching companies that redefine mobility as well as the Founder, Inventor and CEO of Damon Motorcycles that is transforming transportation joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Jay Giraud discuss the following:

  1. What is Damon Motorcycle’s Mission?
  2. What are the current challenges with electric motorcycles or motorcycles in general?
  3. How is Damon changing the landscape of motorcycles as a transportation?
  4. Is this smart, safe and fast bike designed for anyone?
  5. Where can we get one?

Jay Giraud is an automotive tech entrepreneur focused on launching companies that redefine mobility. As the founder, inventor and CEO for three automotive tech startups, Jay has built successful products and companies on unproven business models. By building high-performing teams his startups have found success from forming industry leading go-to-market partnerships and created over $200 million in market value to date.

As a seasoned speaker, Jay knows how to connect with audiences and has spoken at dozens of industry events in automotive, mobility and cleantech conferences worldwide, and is the author of multiple patents awarded. Before his startup pursuits, Jay traveled the world conquering extreme mountaintops as a top ranked professional snowboarder.

Today, Jay focuses his efforts on Damon Motorcycles, creating a safer, smarter and seamlessly connected motorcycle experience for a market of more than 160 million motorcycles sold annually.

Websitedamonmotorcycles.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/damonmotorcycles
Twitter: @DamonMotorcycle
Instagram: instagram.com/damonmotorcycles


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