Former Masternaut CEO to spearhead BigChange expansion into mainland Europe
Mobile workforce technology company BigChange is leading its charge into mainland Europe under the appointment of former Masternaut CEO Frederic Dupeyron.
Dupeyron has served as a non-executive director at BigChange since it was founded, and will join the company on a full-time basis at the beginning of February in the role of executive vice president for Europe.
He will report directly to BigChange’s CEO Martin Port and is tasked with establishing BigChange subsidiaries in mainland Europe and driving its expansion across the region.
Dupeyron began his career working in finance and has held several senior leadership positions for European transportation and technology organisations over the last 20 years. He was CEO at Masternaut prior to its acquisition by Francisco Partners in 2012 and previously served as CEO of Hub One and ADP Management, subsidiaries of French airport operator Groupe ADP.
Martin Port said: “2019 is going to be a huge year for BigChange as we ramp up our activities around the world. I’ve worked with Frederic for many years and am delighted that he is joining BigChange on a full-time basis to lead our charge into mainland Europe.”
Dupeyron added: “I’ve seen BigChange go from strength-to-strength since it was launched and I am excited the opportunity now exists for me to focus my efforts on boosting its business in mainland Europe. BigChange’s multilingual technology is already transforming mobile workforce operations on the continent, and there are huge growth opportunities for the company there.”