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Bulb appoints new CFO to support 100 million members goal

Image: Bulb.

Image: Bulb.

Bulb has unveiled the appointment of Paul Ablin as its new chief financial officer as it looks to continue to expand.

Ablin will join the company in March 2021, having most recently held the role of chief operating officer at easyJet.

Hayden Wood, co-founder and CEO of Bulb, said Ablin's experience in senior financial and operation roles will “help us on our journey as we aim to reach 100 million households around the world, building technology that will shape the way people manage their energy in the future”.

As it stands, Bulb supplies 1.7 million homes, with the company recently making its US debut by launching in Texas

Ablin's appointment follows Bulb opening new offices in Brighton in October, a move which created 30 new jobs and brought the total of new jobs created by the supplier since March to 200.

It has made a number of new hires in recent months, including Lis Blair as chief marketing and growth officer, Lionel Guicherd-Callin as chief product officer, and John Marshall as chief technology officer.


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