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Marc Ottolini Joins Oomph as CEO

Rachel Sparkhall

9 Feb 2024

We’re thrilled to welcome Marc Ottolini as our new CEO at OOMPH EV!

With a remarkable background as a seasoned technology entrepreneur, Marc brings an impressive track record in introducing cutting-edge technologies to market, particularly in climate tech and health & wellbeing sectors. His expertise seamlessly aligns with our mission to revolutionise the EV charging landscape.

Marc has steered the helm of both publicly listed and privately held B2B, B2G, and B2C technology companies, achieving notable milestones such as launching innovative air cleaning systems in the mobility sector, spearheading the development of an extremely advanced electric motorbike and forging strategic partnerships with industry leaders. His extensive experience encompasses international growth strategies, successful product launches, and a proven ability to drive double-digit sales growth across a wide range of sectors.

Oomph’s founder Morag Hutcheon FRSA said:

"I am delighted to welcome Marc to the Oomph team. As we enter a new and exciting phase in our journey, Marc's experience and expertise in bringing innovative technology to market will be invaluable in guiding Oomph through its next phase of rapid growth.

This is a big moment for Oomph; it underpins all the hard work in taking my original vision to a market-ready product range. The research, development and testing that’s gone into this is considerable and Marc's appointment makes me really proud. This clearly underpins our belief that Oomph will be a major equipment supplier to support the transition to an EV future."

Marc said:

“So far, the move to EVs has been one of the few success stories in the energy transition. Rapid expansion of the EV charging infrastructure is an essential factor in enabling the electrification of transport at pace. Oomph is bringing much-needed new thinking to the industry, plugging the holes in the EV charging infrastructure with unplugged mobile chargers & connected batteries”.

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