Parkopedia Welcomes Iris Xu as the New General Manager China

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Iris Xu as the New General Manager China of Parkopedia

Parkopedia welcomes a new general manager to lead its business in China, Iris Xu. In this new role, Iris will lead Parkopedia China and continue the rollout of Parkopedia’s expanded mobility products in the Chinese automotive market.

Iris has rich experience in navigation, mobility and cloud computing, having worked in senior roles at leading Chinese enterprises, including Tencent and NavInfo. Parkopedia established its China business a decade ago, in 2014, bringing its market-leading connected services to millions of Chinese drivers. With Iris’ industry background and strong understanding of the market, there is a synergy match with Parkopedia’s unique business scope in China combined with the growth potential from a rapidly developing Chinese automotive market with global expansion strategies.

Iris XuTalking about her new position, Iris said: “I am excited to represent Parkopedia and further increase awareness for the company’s market-leading services in China. Chinese drivers want seamless connected car services and the latest driving experiences to improve their journeys. I look forward to facilitating Parkopedia to work with even more automotive OEMs in China and providing these services to as many drivers as possible. The Chinese automotive industry is growing rapidly, with EVs becoming increasingly popular around the world, I see huge potential for Parkopedia as part of this growth.”

About Parkoedia Parkopedia

Parkopedia is the leading connected car services provider used by millions of drivers and organizations such as Audi, Apple, BMW, Ford, Garmin, GM, Hyundai Kia, Jaguar Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Sygic, TomTom, Toyota, Volkswagen, and many others. Parkopedia helps drivers find and pay for parking, EV charging, fuelling and tolls in 15,000 cities across 89 countries. Parkopedia is also developing highly detailed parking maps and corresponding algorithms to help drivers and self-driving vehicles navigate to an open parking space indoors.Visit for more information.


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