Hannah Fuller, Client Services Director for Zatpark has been appointed as the Vice Chair of the British Parking Association’s (BPA) Parking Technology Interest Group.
Hannah’s appointment to this role is a testament to her unwavering commitment to technology and innovation in the parking sector. Her extensive industry experience, notably her strategic contributions at Zatpark, has positioned her as a luminary in the field.
As the Client Services Director at Zatpark, Hannah has demonstrated exceptional leadership, delivering optimal solutions with a methodical approach while maintaining composure under pressure. Her appointment as Vice Chair reflects her prowess and dedication within the parking technology landscape.
Beyond her responsibilities at Zatpark, Hannah is an advocate for diversity and inclusion in the industry, co-founding the Women in Parking group. Her active involvement in industry associations, such as serving as a mentor and Council member at the British Parking Association, underscores her commitment to advancing the parking community.
Zatpark, renowned for its innovative product, a comprehensive solution for parking and environmental enforcement management, stands at the forefront of leveraging cutting-edge technology. This platform, designed with flexibility and automation at its core, exemplifies the company’s dedication to delivering operational efficiencies to clients.
The British Parking Association, a not-for-profit membership association representing the parking and mobility sector in the UK, aims to foster a diverse and inclusive community. With over 770 corporate members and 650 individuals, the BPA’s Strategic Plan revolves around delivering value and service to its members.
Hannah Fuller’s appointment as Vice Chair of the BPA’s Parking Technology Interest Group marks a significant milestone in her career. Her vision to drive technology and innovation in the parking sector resonates with Zatpark’s ethos, emphasizing a future where technology shapes the landscape of parking.