Alexandra Lougovoy, Marketing & Communications Director at Vulog, is ready to take Shared Mobility to the next level: we can’t wait to see what she has in store for the company!
PARIS. September 27, 2018 Before joining Vulog, Alexandra built her extensive career specializing in B2B marketing & communication for the travel technology industry. First with global product marketing at Carlson Wagonlit Travel, then at SAP Concur where she developed client and channel marketing with a wide ecosystem of partners including travel suppliers, mobile apps, payment providers, and consulting firms.
What drew you to Vulog?
Definitely joining a #techforgood company, which is genuinely on a mission to have an impact on society through its innovation. Powering car-scooter-kickscooter sharing today throughout the world, autonomous vehicles, and who knows what awesome mobility service on land, on the sea, or in the air tomorrow, Vulog fuels the beating heart of smarter and greener smart cities. After 10 years as a B2B marketer for large companies in the travel technology industry, I couldn’t think of a more thrilling adventure both career- and human-wise.
Tell us your first Impressions of the company?
From R&D to sales & marketing or project management, I feel that all departments have a real spirit of cohesion and a “can-do” attitude which is very precious in companies that are scaling up fast. Vuloggers embody their vision both in their work and in their everyday work lives. As an example, our team commits not to use any plastic neither at the office nor when ordering goodies to give away at events we attend (and that believe me, can be very challenging !).
Other than marketing and mobility, what are your other interests?
I am a big fan of yoga and completed an instructor certification last year. So you might just hear a few Auuuumm sounds during lunch breaks at Vulog Paris, as I would love to share this practice and mindset at Vulog as well. I also was lucky enough to grow up in the south of France where I developed a passion for board sports and a taste for rosé wine.
What is your favorite form of shared mobility?
As you might have seen in the news or experienced, Paris has become THE playground for kick-scooters and those new players have really helped me save time, add efficiency & fun in my everyday way to work. I even use it with my little 2.5-year-old boy to drive him to kindergarten and he loves it! #SharedMobNextGen
Answer this question: The future of mobility is _______________.
Welcome to the team, Alexandra!
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