SINGAPORE - oBike's new majority shareholder is aiming to become a global player in the personal mobility devices (PMD) scene - but with a different brand.
Founded by a young Costa Rican investor, Omni Sharing on Monday (Feb 11) applied for a sandbox licence to rent out 500 e-scooters here under the 0mn1 brand. Mr Oscar Moises Chaves is the head of investment firm OSS Inversiones, which bought oBike in September 2018.
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