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Stephen Dunn appointed Chief Operating Officer of Ecosse EV Ltd

Posted: 23rd November 2017

Stephen will have overall responsibility for the planning and strategic growth across all areas of the business – with significant focus on evolving and expanding our chauffeur drive offering.

Combined with the overall operational activities, he will work to ensure innovation and best practice continue to be at the forefront of our operation.

Stephen commented:

“This is an exciting time to be involved in ground transportation. With electric vehicles revolutionising the way in which we travel, it is the inevitable future of chauffeuring. With the demands placed upon organisations, to implement robust Corporate Social Responsibility policies, the need for an environmentally friendly solution has never been greater.

“I’m passionate about great service and offering a first-class end-to-end experience with zero-emissions credentials, will not only forge a sustainable business model, but set the bar across the industry.”

Bringing with him a wealth of experience in senior management roles across the chauffeur and hospitality industry, Stephen’s leadership style, commercial awareness, industry knowledge and exacting standards, will undoubtedly be the catalyst to take Ecosse EV to the next Level.

Richard Levack, CEO added:

“Stephen brings great first class enthusiasm, chauffeur company knowledge and experience in every aspect of the business. Ecosse EV is leading the way in Scotland with zero emission cars which are a fantastic benefit to everybody”.

Contact Stephen Dunn at Ecosse EV at

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