For the love of travelling, he would take international trips and immensely enjoy exploring diverse backgrounds. Growing up, he would travel to different destinations with his family, his first foreign trip being that to Italy.
Today, he has changed the trend of car ownership with a car subscription model providing tremendous appeal and flexibility to the millennials.
We are talking about Greg Moran, the co-founder and CEO of India’s first and largest self-drive mobility platform, Zoomcar. Zoomcar is present in 45+ cities across India.
After studying management from USC Marshall School of Business, LA, California, Greg Moran came to India. He disrupted the way India rents a car.
Being a foreigner with no roots in India, carving a niche for himself in a new country was no easy job for him.
He always wanted to do something big in business but didn’t have a clear idea of what it was. He went to the University of Pennsylvania and studied International Business. He shares some of the enjoyable moments from UPenn and how the four years impacted him and broadened his perspective.
Sustainability has always been a major part of his work ethic. He was the founder and president of the energy club at USC. Before going to business school, Greg worked as an investment banker with Fieldstone Private Capital Group. He also held the position in energy policy formulation at the City of New York.
He talks about his first impression of India, travelling around cities for research and business intelligence, staying at budget accommodations, and relishing the experience of building a business from scratch.
Tune in to this diverse conversation with Greg Moran and get to know his process behind building the first self-drive business in India.
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