The roaming joint venture Hubject will soon be headed by three top managers. This comes after Thomas Daiber’s contract as co-CEO expires at the end of the year, though he will continue to work with Hubject in an advisory capacity.
The future management team will be headed by CEO Christian Hahn, who was previously responsible for strategy and product development alongside Daiber. He will be joined by two additional managing directors: Carsten Puhl, formerly chief operating officer at Mobile City and now a senior consultant in Hubject’s consulting division. Puhl will assume responsibility for the company’s product and IT division as CTO from 1 January 2019. The third member of the triangular team is Nils Dullum, founder and CEO of the Danish charging station operator CleanCharge. Dullum will assume responsibility for sales, marketing and PR as CSO. According to Hubject, the decision to increase the number of their top management roles is the result of the company’s international expansion.
Hubject operates the intercharge eRoaming network, which, according to the company, has now grown to more than 100,000 charging stations and over 300 B2B partners in 26 countries. The Berlin joint venture was founded in 2012 by BMW, Bosch, Daimler, EnBW, Innogy, Siemens and Volkswagen.