How I Started A $110 Million Car Business At Age 30 | Founder Effect



When Josh Aviv was a college student, he had a simple idea. If there are too few charging stations for electric vehicles, why not just bring the charge to the car? Three years later, that idea launched the creation of SparkCharge, a mobile charging solution for electric cars. Aviv’s company delivers electricity to EV owners in need and provides them with enough charge to get back out on the road. It’s an idea that could play a major role in the emerging EV marketplace.

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How I Started A $110 Million Car Business At Age 30 | Founder Effect

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