At Mota, we always create new exciting experiences that directly resonate with consumers’ ever-changing needs. Our passion for technology, innovation, and human fulfillment drives us to the forefront of global marketplace. Mota is dedicated to offering a better world through its’ diverse products covering wearable technology, portable power, sound and video, integrated appliances, computing, personal care, and mobile accessories.
Mota’s portfolio of global consumer brands includes Mota, Tamo, JetJat, Giga, Pico, ProLive, Jojo, Lily Signature. Mota currently operates in three continents and its products are sold in more than 100 countries.
Since our founding in 2003, our vision has been to give consumers highly desirable products that are useful and priced for mass-market adoption. With our award-winning design team at our Silicon Valley headquarters and our own factory we can quickly deliver the newest high-tech consumer electronics in high volumes and affordable price points anywhere in the world.
Our offerings include wearables such as smartwatches that free users from constantly checking their smartphones. We have mobile accessories that provide anytime, anywhere power and creative products such as a high-performance 3D printer. Our high-tech household products make life easier, including an LED light connectable to the Internet of Things, as well as gadgets for pure enjoyment such as a drone and iPhone-controlled helicopter.
Mota Group focuses on ultra-high-growth consumer markets. IMS Research predicts the wearable technology ecosystem will exceed $6 billion by 2016,¹ with ABI Research estimating that the sports and health sectors alone will grow at more than 40 percent per year through 2017.²
In North America, we partner with major distributors and our products are carried by most of the top retail outlets, including Amazon, Best Buy, Staples, and Walmart, as well as by leading specialty stores.
¹ Computerworld, “Wearable Technology Market to Exceed $6b by 2016″
² GigaOM, “The Wearable Computing Market: A Global Analysis”