See.Sense, a provider of intelligent cycling products and data services, has announced the appointment of Richard Pearce as its new chief operating officer (COO).
Pearce, who comes from a successful stint at a health tech startup, brings more than 20 years experience in operations, marketing and product development in high growth companies to the role.
Following his appointment, he said: “I am thrilled to be joining the See.Sense team at such a key stage in their growth and am excited to work with such a dynamic and innovative company.”
“I have been an avid cyclist for many years and have been impressed with See.Sense’s cutting-edge technology, which improves the safety and visibility of cyclists on the road.
“I am looking forward to contributing my experience and expertise to the company’s growth and expansion.”
Pearce, who holds an MBA from Cranfield University, has a background in the tech industry that includes various leadership roles in SMEs from business services to waste recycling.
In each business he has been relied on to lead significant growth initiatives.
In addition to his experience in the tech industry, Pearce is an avid cyclist and holds a hot air balloon pilot’s licence.
His passion for cycling and adventure has led him to explore different parts of the world, both on two wheels and in the sky.
Philip McAleese, CEO of See.Sense, said: “We are delighted to welcome Richard to See.Sense as our new COO.
“Richard’s experience in scaling high growth companies, combined with his passion for cycling make him a valuable addition to our team.
“We look forward to working with him to take See.Sense to the next level.”
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See.Sense is a micromobility technology and data SME that provides products and services to improve the safety and visibility of cyclists while unlocking data insights.
The company’s innovative technology includes smart lights, sensors, and a connected app that collects data to help cyclists stay safe and informed.