Hugo is an experienced professional in product strategy, inbound marketing, and user growth. Currently heading marketing & growth at EVBox, the global leader in Electric Vehicle (EV) charging solutions and related cloud-based services.
Before joining EVBox, Hugo worked and lived in Belgium, India, Netherlands and Portugal and gained hands-on experience in user growth, leadership development & marketing strategy in different industries and sectors.
Hugo is passionate about technology centered around the interests, needs, and well-being of mankind.
Many of the technologies showcased at CES 2019 were on the future experience of users inside vehicles, autonomous driving, safety, and the evolution of new means of transport and electric mobility. Here are trends in mobility that will impact the lives of consumers and businesses around the world.
It's time to start gearing up for the new electric cars that will hit the roads in 2019. Even if you aren’t considering purchasing a new electric car next year, you can’t avoid being excited about the 15+ new EV models coming in 2019. Check them out here!
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