Former GoTo Chief Operations Officer Liana Cremona has hinted at being involved in an “exciting” new project, a year after she left the vehicle sharing company.

“I’m truly excited that an opportunity exists to share my mobility path with ever more drive and passion for all things in motion,” wrote Ms Cremona, who currently offers consultancy services with Oper8Inc.

“Together with an excellent team of local, as well as foreign, stakeholders, I am leading something really exciting that is sure to drive you through an entertaining journey as we navigate our way through the climate pact targets,” she added.

While she gave no further details, she urged her followers to stay tuned for more information.

Ms Cremona joined GoTo in 2019, before leaving in 2021. Among her responsibilities as COO were developing the new company’s performance, including fleet optimisation and market strategy, analysing market data to grow the company’s vehicle fleet and acquire new parking locations, and supervising and managing vendors and fleet employees.

Before joining GoTo, she worked as a Business Development/Operations Manager at MBL Ltd.

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