Mathieu Deloly named TIER's new regional director for CEE

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Micromobility service provider TIER has appointed Mathieu Deloly to head its Central and Eastern Europe region.

He took over the management of the 225-employee segment, which includes Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, in April this year.

"TIER's mission is to offer a sustainable and accessible transport alternative for city dwellers. All our electric scooters are climate neutral, so we actively contribute to the sustainability efforts of European cities. In Central and Eastern Europe, too, local city governments are increasingly focusing on greening transport networks and combating climate change, which TIER supports through its micromobility services" - said Deloly.

The new regional director has extensive experience in micromobility, having previously held senior positions at electric scooter sharing company Bird and public bike service operator BikeU.

The company, which also operates electric scooters in Budapest, plans to further expand the service in the Central and Eastern European region and will launch a global campaign in the near future to promote sustainability and carbon reduction.

TIER launched its e-scooter service in Budapest in September last year. The company's environmentally friendly e-scooters are currently available in Budapest in districts I, II, III, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XII and XIV, with plans to expand to more Budapest districts and rural towns in the near future. 

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