Annick Roetynck (B) is the manager of LEVA-EU with decades of experience in two-wheeled and light electric mobility.
She has been working in the business since 1987 in various positions, among which secretary general of the European Twowheel Retailers’ Association (ETRA).
Her long career has allowed her to gather a unique insight into European rules and regulations for LEVs and to establish a very extensive network.
She has a master’s degree in political science.
Languages: Dutch, English, French, notions of German and Chinese.
Eddie Eccleston (UK/B) is a board member of LEVA-EU who has also been appointed as an SBS-expert.
In that position, he watches over the interests of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in CEN TC 333 Cycles.
He has a postgraduate degree in marketing.
Eddie is a cycling industry executive with profound knowledge of the (e)bike-sector, forged over 40 years of rich and varied experience.
He had the privilege of working for organisations across both start-ups and mature business models together with leading international players.
Dennis Hu 胡锴铁 has been working internationally in the manufacturing, marketing and sales sectors of the bike business for over 10 years. He has a profound understanding of the trade.
He has a passion for improving the environment and making the world a better place. As a Chinese national who has lived in Europe for nearly ten years, he commands outstanding insight on matters affecting the industry. Dennis is responsible for communication with Chinese manufacturers, brands and associations on behalf of LEVA EU.
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