Tag Archives: Appointment

Ballinger to replace Groves as BikeBiz and MMB editor

James Groves has stepped down from his position as group editor on BikeBiz and MMB after three-and-a-half years at the helm. Having joined BikeBiz in March 2018, Groves led the brand through two acquisitions, first by Future Publishing and later Biz Media, before launching micromobility sister title MMB in July 2020. Groves will be replaced by Cycling Weekly news editor Alex …

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Dott accelerates growth with e-bike launch, appoints general manager for the Netherlands

Dott has announced plans to further its growth with the launch of a new e-bike and the appointment of a Netherlands general manager. Dott will launch its new e-bike on 12th October in a milestone for the business as it expands its offer with new vehicles. Initially in Paris and …

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CoMoUK makes key appointment as it steps up campaign for Scottish mobility hubs

CoMoUK has made a key appointment as it steps up its policy and advocacy work for mobility hubs in Scotland. The transport charity has brought in experienced architect Mark Dowey as its senior development officer for the built environment for Scotland. His role will involve working towards the creation of …

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Helbiz appoints Vivian Myrtetus as head of partnerships and policy

Helbiz has appointed Vivian Myrtetus as its head of partnerships and policy. Myrtetus will help accelerate Helbiz’s expansion efforts into new markets across North America, while working closely with local government officials, policymakers and universities to develop regulations for new modes of urban transportation. “We are thrilled to welcome Vivian …

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Voi strengthens leadership team as UK ride count reaches two million

Voi is strengthening its leadership team following the achievement of two million rides in the UK. The operator is welcoming Jack Samler as its new UK and Ireland general manager, Matthew Pencharz as its new head of policy for UK, Ireland and Benelux, and Anna Gustavsson as its new VP …

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The Electric Bike Shop recruiting for various roles across stores

The Electric Bike Shop is currently recruiting for a number of roles across its stores, including cycle technicians, sales assistants, store supervisor, driver and web sales manager. The roles are across stores including Bristol, Stroud, Solihull, Uckfield, Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield. More details can be found below. Web sales manager …

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Tier appoints Ashwini Chhabra as company’s first chief public policy officer

Tier has appointed Ashwini Chhabra as the company’s first chief public policy officer. “Our goal is to be the best possible partner for cities while building the most sustainable mobility solutions for citizens. So it is crucial for us to have the right expertise with a deep understanding of city …

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Tier hires Smallwood as chief product officer, gears up for new phase of growth

Tier has hired Georgina Smallwood as its new chief product officer, as it gears up for an ‘ambitious’ new phase of growth following its $250 million funding round. Smallwood has arrived straight from fintech unicorn N26 and is one of several senior figures in recent months to have joined Tier’s …

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Gazelle to accelerate e-bike sales development in UK with three new appointments

Royal Dutch Gazelle is accelerating its e-bike sales development in the UK with three new account managers. The account managers are Mike Isaac, South, Andrew Nicolson, Midlands, and David Sharp, North. They will all be working together on building a ‘high-quality’ distribution network for the Gazelle e-bike brand in the …

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Zipp Mobility appoints new COO, accelerates e-scooter trial plans

Zipp Mobility has appointed Peter McGannon-Gomez as COO as part of plans to accelerate its shared e-scooter trial operations across the UK. McGannon-Gomez previously served as vice president of operations a Blue Duck Scooters, a San Antonio-based company operating e-scooters in seven cities across Texas and the south-east. Zipp was …

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