Flowbird, the leader in supplying equipment, parking management software and transport ticketing solutions, and mobile payment services, announced today a new management team to lead the Flowbird UK parking business.
Harrison Woods moves from his previous position of CEO and co-founder of YourParkingSpace, the parking technology business acquired by Flowbird in July 2022, with the remit of leading the digital transformation of Flowbird parking services for the UK. Harrison Woods will be joined by Chris Woods, appointed CFO of Flowbird UK parking services, who also moves from his previous position at YourParkingSpace.
Harrison Woods commented: “I’m thrilled to be taking this position at Flowbird UK in a very exciting time for the company. Flowbird is the global leader for parking and urban mobility, operating in 4,350 cities, which is a fantastic base to develop new technologies and services for our clients. I’m very excited to begin working with Danny Hassett and the rest of the UK team to unify on-street and off-street in the UK parking market whilst collaborating with the global business units to deliver our vision for urban mobility on a global scale.”
Frédéric Beylier, CEO of Flowbird Group, said: “I’m delighted to have Harrison on board and working closely with Danny. We’re embarking on a crucial moment in Flowbird’s Parking evolution to enhance our urban mobility digital solutions in this environmental transition period. Brannan and Chris are key leaders in the exceptional journey of YourParkingSpace in the UK and other geographies. To sustain and build on our position as the world leader in parking and urban mobility, a team with a proven track record of driving technological change is necessary. They bring the ambition and vision to drive our Parking UK business position at the forefront of our global strategy.”
As the global leader in urban mobility, Flowbird has been promoting a different vision of the smart city for over 50 years. By offering flexible transportation and parking solutions in 80 countries and 4,350 cities around the world, Flowbird deploys an optimized and unique offer to address the specific issues of each territory and make urban mobility simpler, multimodal and environmentally friendly. Flowbird in figures: 2021 revenues: €309 million 1,300 employees - 8 Flowbird offices worldwide - 100 million users.