NEW APPOINTMENTS: Non-executive director with ’big business’ mentality joins Sheffield firm The Floow

Ian Peters, of The Floow.
Ian Peters, of The Floow.

Sheffield telematics organisation The Floow has appointed Ian Peters as an independent non-executive director.

He brings with him more than 30-years’ experience working in a myriad of business development roles for some of the country’s most recognised brands, including NatWest, Marsh, British Gas, and Goldfish Bank.

The Floow, which develops telematic systems to make vehicles safer and cheaper, said the move would help the company to realise their ambitions for growth in existing and new markets.

Ian said he is ‘looking forward to the opportunities’ that are ahead for The Floow as the business continues to ‘push beyond the existing markets that are associated with telematics technology.’

Chief executive Aldo Monteforte said: “We are delighted to welcome Ian to the team and excited to take advantage of his expertise in order to help us continue to move the business forward – both here in the UK, and on an International basis.

“With experience working for some of the country’s leading organisations it is fair to say that he brings with him a ‘big business’ mentality, as well as experience running smaller challenger businesses.”