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Alphabet creates a new strategic role to focus on future business mobility

Chris Berry has been promoted to the role of market development manager at Alphabet.

Berry’s overall responsibility is to develop and bring to life Alphabet’s future sales strategy through new products, sales channels and innovations, with a particular focus on industry leading mobility solutions AlphaCity, (Corporate CarSharing) and AlphaElectric (electric mobility).

Berry said: “This is an exciting time to be working in the automotive industry.

"Through the development of the AlphaCity and AlphaElectric products, we now have capabilities that could be applied to a wider range of business mobility solutions, particularly those related to shared use and eMobility."

Richard Schooling, CEO at Alphabet, said: “Knowledge of how organisations can optimise business travel and the development of solutions to meet challenges is at the heart of this new role. 

"Chris’s new position is imperative to our continued growth as the market leader in Business Mobility.”


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