A graduate of Epitech, Frédéric worked in several startups before joining Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi in 2016 as the CTO of the Connected Car Platform, where he supervised 200 people between Paris and Tokyo and developed the technologies and architectures needed for the Alliance.
In early 2020, he joined the Vianova team as a co-founder. Frédéric guides the technical team through the use of agile methodologies and the implementation of ambitious goals. He also defines the product roadmap, as well as ensures the scalability of the systems and the architecture of the platform. Passionate about photography and Japanese culture, Frédéric loves to travel and coach his team with the help of the Zen philosophy.
Thibaud is Vianova's Swiss Army knife: as a COO, he manages tech, marketing, business, legal, financial and HR issues. His mission is also to ensure the smooth running of operations and to implement processes, progressively automated, in order to improve the operational efficiency of the entire team. A fan of travel and extreme sports, Thibaud regularly practices surfing, climbing and water skiing.
A graduate of Essec and CentraleSupélec, Thibaud started his career in Consulting at IBM, before joining Google as a Product Marketing Manager where he worked on the launch of future consumer artificial intelligence products (Assistant, Home, Pixel) to make them accessible to several million users. In 2017, during the VivaTech trade show, he met Thibault with whom he co-founded a 1st startup, Spark Horizon, which would be the beginning of their joint entrepreneurial adventure leading to the creation of Vianova.
Thibault started his career as a Quantitative Developer at HSBC after obtaining a Master's degree in Industrial and Financial Engineering (INSA Lyon, University of Illinois). He then joined the investment fund GZC Investment Management as a trader in the energy sector, where he grew a passion about the energy transition and electric mobility.
In 2017, he co-founded Spark Horizon - Europe's 1st ad-sponsored network of electric vehicle charging stations - and then Vianova in 2018. At Vianova, Thibault implements the business strategy, instills the product vision and develops partnerships with cities and mobility operators. Passionate about rugby and mountain biking, he is both an energetic competitor and a true leader, who knows how to empower his teams to take on exciting challenges.
Marcus Miller is Vianova's Market Development Associate covering the UK, Nordics, and Baltics. He helps raise awareness about Vianova by building relationships with public authorities and mobility operators and works closely with clients to tackle their shared mobility challenges.
Marcus graduated with a degree in Sustainable Urban Planning from Stockholm's Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), following an undergraduate degree in Economics and Geography.
He conducted his Master's thesis on the role electric scooters could play in sustainable transport systems at the Swedish Road and Transport Research Institute and has also worked on European Union-funded research projects on micro-mobility and last-mile delivery.
Alexander Pazuchanics is Vianova’s Head of Policy & Partnerships, bringing with him Masters of Public Management from Carnegie Mellon University. He is the Former Mobility Solutions Manager for the City of Seattle. Before that he worked as Assistant Director for Policy, Planning, and Permitting at the City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure. He is the author of Pittsburgh’s Smart City Vision: “SmartPGH”.
Jack Reilly is Vianova’s Head of Engineering. He has a PhD in Civil Systems Engineering from UC Berkeley and a Bachelor in Civil Engineering from UCLA. He previously worked as a Senior Software Engineer Tech Lead for Google Maps and is specialised in geospatial modeling, distributed optimization and machine learning.
Astrid Cabanes is Vianova's City Partnerships Manager. She has a Master's degree in Civil Engineering from Mines Nancy and a Master's degree in Urban Planning from Ecole des Ponts Paristech and Ecole d'Urbanisme de Paris. She previously worked on improving transport networks and developing traffic forecast models for RATP Dev, SETEC International and TRANSDEV.
Linus Eriksson is Vianova's Head of Market Development for the UK and Nordics regions. He has a degree in Business and Finance from Grenoble Ecole de Management. Previously Linus worked as a management consultant in the UK, supporting clients across a wide range of industries on projects including digital transformation, strategy, M&A, business development and more.
Andrea joined Vianova in December 2021 to expand the operations in the high-potential Southern Europe, where free-floating scooters and mopeds are spread in all major to small cities.
New to the mobility industry, he has an extensive experience in the sales and business development field. Starting his work career in the tourism industry, he built his start-up experience working for Back Market for more than two years before joining Vianova.
After graduating from the University of Bolonia, he’s been living in four different countries covering his region of operations. He can now finally dedicate his work to his secret passion, transportation.
Nafisah Soormally is Vianova’s People Operations Manager. She has a Master’s degree in Business and economic and technological intelligence from Sciences Po Aix. Digital Native and passionate about startups and data, she started her career at the French Development Agency to help French companies to develop their business all around the world before creating her own startup online.
She understood that every company is based on human links and dynamics so she decided to develop her expertise by helping startups build their recruitment processes and human resources strategies.
Markus is Vianova's Head of Market Development in DACH Region. He studied political science before starting a career in strategic interest representation and government partnerships. He worked for innovators such as Deutsche Telekom and Philip Morris. Before joining Vianova he consulted various shared mobility players on behalf of specialized lobby firm Concilius AG.
Vianova is THE data platform that facilitates the integration and management of new mobility services in the public space. But, what does this mean exactly? Simply put, it allows better collaboration between cities and mobility operators (bikes, scooters, car-sharing, ride-hailing, autonomous shuttles, robot-taxis, etc.), a bit like a matchmaker 😉 but with neutral and secure data based on open-source standards. Vianova has already been adopted by more than 50 cities and operators worldwide 🌎
With aggregated data, cities can monitor mobility fleet compliance in real time (without turning into Big Brother 👀) and thus better understand their impacts on transportation networks as well as roadways.
Vianova is aiming high: to make streets more pleasant, green and accessible for all, by creating the control tower of connected mobility 🚀
Vianova is constantly looking for new talents with various experiences and profiles to join its teams. At Vianova, there is no standard profile but a joyful mix of enthusiastic personalities who like to work as a team 🤝, get out of their comfort zone and reach outstanding goals!
If you are passionate, curious, creative, entrepreneurial and have real expertise in your field 💪 Vianova is made for you!
- A stimulating adventure, with the opportunity to shape urban mobility and the cities of tomorrow
- A job that makes sense: your work contributes to reducing the space given to cars in the city and thus better redistributing public space to citizens. The goal: to make streets greener and safer... And it works: the Vianova platform is already used by about 50 cities and mobility operators in Europe. Boom 💥
- A young and diverse team, enough to improve your English 🇬🇧 on a daily basis
- An agile and pleasant work culture
- Comfortable offices with gym for the most athletics, and rooftop overlooking the Eiffel Tower for others
- Quarterly offsites to get together in an atypical setting 🏕️ around inspiring themes (what could be better than a wine tasting session to strengthen a team?)
- All the tools and latitude needed to work efficiently in remote, because sometimes it's quite nice to work from your sofa 🛋️