Fuuse, an innovator in EV charge point management software, has appointed Paul Brennan as its new board chair.

With over 20 years experience as chairman and non-executive director of multiple venture and private equity-backed businesses in Europe and the US, Brennan brings a wealth of expertise and a proven track record of success to Fuuse.

Brennan’s career began with a successful tenure at IBM, where he held roles in sales and engineering. As the CEO of Metamerge, he led the company through a successful trade sale to IBM. Over the past two decades, Brennan has chaired numerous companies, completing 25 funding rounds, seven acquisitions and nine exits.

Notable recent transactions under Brennan’s chairmanship include the sale of JHC to FNZ, OnApp to Virtuozzo, and the successful exit of Amdaris to Insight Enterprises Inc. in August 2023. He currently serves as chairman of UK businesses Talmix and Cyacomb.

“We are thrilled to welcome Paul as our new board chair,” said Michael Gibson, CEO of Fuuse. “His extensive experience and impressive track record in supporting companies through significant growth and successful transactions will be invaluable as we continue to expand our footprint across the EV charging industry.”

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His appointment marks a significant milestone for Lancaster-based Fuuse. Last week the company announced it had raised £8.7 million in new funding to accelerate its growth. It says Brennan’s experience will play an important role in its mission to revolutionise the EV charging experience through innovative software and service solutions. 

“I am excited to join Fuuse at such a pivotal time in the company’s growth,” said Brennan. “Fuuse has demonstrated remarkable innovation and leadership in the EV charging sector, and I look forward to working with the talented team to further advance our mission and capitalise on the tremendous opportunities ahead.”

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