Prague, December 2, 2021 – Eurowag is pleased toannounce two updates to its senior leadership team further strengthening its expertise in the payments, mobility and technology industries. Senior Vice President, Technology Mittu Sridhara,has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer at Eurowag. Former Prague Airport CEO Vaclav Rehor will be appointed as Chief Performance Officer. Both are members of the Executive Committee (ExCo).
“I am delighted to announce these two new appointments to our strong leadership team. Technology is what really drives Eurowag and our vision to revolutionise the on-road mobility industry. Mittu’s experience in the scale up of global platform businesses and the transformation of technology companies will be critical as we build our payment and mobility platform into an unrivalled end-to-end marketplace solution - leveraging technology to make our customers’ lives easier, whatever the size of their operations. We are also excited to welcome Václav to Eurowag whose extensive experience in spearheading digital transformation, sustainable growth and international expansion at international companies will be critical as we continue to grow at scale and pace, both organically and by M&A such as our recent acquisition of WebEye. We’ve only just scratched the surface and I am hugely excited to work with Mittu, Václav and the rest of our formidable team as we seize the significant opportunities ahead” said Martin Vohánka, Founder and CEO of Eurowag.
In his new role as a Chief Operating Officer, Mittu Sridhara will focus his efforts on driving Eurowag’s mission to become the technology leader in commercial mobility. He has over two decades of experience at board level, advising on product and engineering, building and scaling up platform businesses and the digitization of a number of highly successful globally operating tech companies, including HepsiBurada, Careem (acquired by UBER), Ladbrokes, Sabre Inc., Avis and TUI Travel Plc.
Vaclav Rehor will lead the Group’s post-merger integration activities and business performance monitoring and optimization. Most recently, Vaclav has been the CEO of Prague Airport/Czech Aeroholding. Prior his role at Prague Airport, Vaclav held a number of top financial executive roles, most recently as the CFO Europe of FleetCor Europe London/EU where he led company performance activities and was primarily focused on transformation, post-merger initiatives and international expansion.
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