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Strategy & Business Development Manager

Zipcar London, England

include but are not limited to the following: • Drive and manage strategy and new product development, from the early idea stage through to… Zipcar

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Infleet Defleet Coordinator – new

Zipcar London, England

• Processing vehicle infleeting and defleeting, naming, managing and creating vehicles in Zipcar Admin • Liaising with the I&D team around driver… Zipcar

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    An innovative operation full of passionate, fun people

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    I worked at Zipcar


    Many of the people I worked with were smart, fun, fantastic at their jobs, and passionate about transforming car sharing into an attractive alternative to car ownership. The rapid growth of the company provides a lot of opportunities to transition into other roles and move to other locations. And since the company is in the middle of transitioning from a relatively unstructured startup to a more structured corporation, there are a lot of opportunities to have an impact on the company if you take the initiative to make suggestions and improvements.


    As the company has grown and more standards and procedures have been implemented, the autonomy of the regional offices has decreased. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but it has led to some resentment from those who feel like their autonomy has diminished and their responsibilities are being taken away.

    Also, the compensation and benefits are almost nonprofit-like. (I actually took a pay cut from a nonprofit job to work there.) Not surprising given that it is a young company still trying to reach profitability, but the passion for the product and entrepreneurial energy can only sustain employees for so long. At the time I left the company was just starting to turn its attention to this issue, so hopefully compensation levels and benefits are improving.

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    Continue building the HR function to ensure that employees feel appreciated.

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