Scoop Hires Josh Weisman as Vice President of Sales

Aug. 9, 2018
Scoop has announced the hiring of Josh Weisman as vice president of sales.

Scoop has announced the hiring of Josh Weisman as vice president of sales. Weisman will manage the entire enterprise sales process, forge partnerships with employers in new and existing markets, and lead the growing sales organization, reporting directly to Rob Sadow, co-founder and CEO.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Josh to the team,” said Rob Sadow, co-founder and CEO of Scoop. “Josh is a results-driven leader with demonstrated success in developing strong relationships with enterprises and government entities. Josh’s experience in the mobility space, combined with his excellent record scaling a highly effective and efficient sales organization, makes him a great fit for the team.”

As a founding team member at Chariot, Weisman built out the company’s original operations team, expanded service across the Bay Area, and launched the sales organization by developing the Enterprise, Charters, and Government business lines. After Chariot was acquired by Ford Smart Mobility in 2016, Weisman oversaw the go-to-market strategy and launch of five new markets globally, including Chariot’s first international market. Prior to joining Scoop, Weisman oversaw Global Sales and Marketing at Chariot.

“I’m excited about this opportunity to join a high-growth company with such a compelling mission,” said Weisman. “Scoop represents an evolution in new and shared mobility, and is working with some of the world’s largest employers to drive behavior change at scale. I’m honored to lead the company’s talented sales team and help bring Scoop’s product and incredible impact to employers everywhere.”

Weisman, a native of the Bay Area, holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management from the University of Arizona.