ChargePoint brings in Bite for European PR

Electric vehicle charging company ChargePoint has appointed Bite as its agency of record to manage European communications activity and coordination across the region.

ChargePoint provides a comprehensive suite of electric vehicle charging solutions for different locations: at home, work, around town and out of town. It designs, develops, manufactures and supports the technology that powers the network, from charging station hardware to energy management software solutions, cloud services, and it offers a mobile app.

Following strong growth in North America it is planning expansion in Europe and the Bite UK team will support it. Bite has been tasked with building awareness of the brand among businesses, governments, the car industry and consumers.

Colleen Jansen, chief marketing officer at ChargePoint, said: We have a collective commitment to the electrification of global mobility and hope that the expansion of the company’s charging network into Europe will accelerate the region’s shift to cleaner transportation.”

Rachel Gilley, managing director at Bite, added: “From our first meeting with ChargePoint, we knew we wanted to work with them. A fantastic team championing a driving revolution to make EV driving a part of everyday life.  We relish the opportunity to work with a client making a positive difference in the world, environmentally and socially.”

  • Pictured: Rachel Gilley of Bite
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