Martin Bell, CEO of Bell Ventures and creator of the 100 Tasks System, today becomes the fifth member of the VivoPower Advisory Council, bringing decades of experience building ventures with an innovative approach coined in his ‘100 Task Playbook.’
Based in Berlin, Germany, he joins Council members Eric Achtmann, Kim Lawrence, Ed Hyams and Chris Mallios, and will collaborate with us as we build on our move into the commercial electric vehicle market.
Through Bell Ventures, Martin has advised more than 80 private and public sector entities on building successful start-ups. In this capacity, he has worked for clients including McKinsey & Company, Nestlé, Bosch, Société Générale, and the European Commission, as well as venture capital and private equity firms.
Martin was the chief architect of Rocket Internet’s famous 100 Day Launch process, through which he led more than 20 companies to success, while championing best practices for marketing, CRM, business intelligence, tech, payment, and mobile within its 25 largest companies.
Bell has served as an interim executive at companies such as Zalando and Delivery Hero and is also a member of the Advisory Board at Arowana. He obtained an MPA from Harvard and an MBA from Wharton.
“Martin has an outstanding track record in hyperscaling companies and has systemized this into a proprietary methodology,” said Executive Chairman and CEO of VivoPower, Kevin Chin. “We are already applying various elements of his hyperscale methodology for VivoPower, incorporating Tembo and our sustainable energy solutions offering, and I am delighted to welcome him to our Advisory Council.”
On his appointment, Martin added, “I am thrilled to help hyperscale a business with such a positive impact on the environment.”
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