GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “Current and Future Trends in the Indian Automotive Aftermarket” features Harpreet Singh. Singh is an investment banker turned entrepreneur, and founder of India-based AutoFlipz. He and his team are working on bridging the gap between authorized and IAM Repair Shops in India.
In the 13-minute Audio Interview, Singh discusses the following questions:
- What according to you makes the Indian Aftersales automotive market different from other countries?
- What opportunities do you see in the coming years in India aftersales?
- How is IT in India supporting the Automotive aftermarket supply chain?
- What are challenges for Automotive Aftersales market in India Post Covid-19?
About Harpreet Singh
As a startup enthusiast and founder of AutoFlipz, Singh and his team are working on bridging the gap between authorized and IAM repair shops. They are working toward building a chain guaranteeing quality, reliability and durability by adding magic through technology. Harpreet started his career at very young age of 14 while he was still in school. He sold his first e-commerce venture at the age of 21 and started consulting young entrepreneurs in India. He is a visionary entrepreneur on a mission to make great ideas a reality. He has been a core team member to various startups not only in India but globally.
Click HERE to listen to the 13-minute Audio Interview with Harpreet Singh.
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