Los Angeles, CA - BIB Technologies, the industry-leading EV mobile store platform, is excited to announce that Sitara Nayudu has joined our team as an angel investor. With her extensive background in product and engineering leadership, and her deep commitment to sustainability and social impact, Sitara brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our organization.
Prior to joining BIB Technologies, Sitara held product and engineering leadership roles at Ring, where she drove software and hardware product management at Ring through the acquisition by Amazon in 2018 and continued to build the portfolio’s next-generation products. She also led Amazon Device’s Accessibility team, where she oversaw the rollout of inclusive features on FireTV and Alexa.
Sitara is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine, where she earned a degree in environmental engineering and served on the UC Irvine Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Sitara's commitment to sustainability, inclusive development, and social impact aligns perfectly with BIB Technologies' mission to create innovative solutions that benefit our customers and the environment. At BIB, she will use her expertise to help us further develop and expand our EV mobile store platform.
"We are thrilled to have Sitara on board as an angel investor," said Nanavati Low, co-founder of BIB Technologies. "As an exceptional product leader driving software and hardware product management at Ring through the acquisition of Amazon, Sitara's investment demonstrates her portfolio focus in building the next generation products. We are excited to work with Sitara to create solutions that benefit our customers and the planet."
About BIB Technologies:
BIB Technologies is the leading developer of EV mobile stores, providing an innovative solution for EV dealerships and consumers. Our mobile stores offer a flexible, convenient, and eco-friendly alternative to traditional brick-and-mortar dealerships. BIB Technologies is committed to sustainability and making EVs accessible to everyone.