Lowell, MA | January 9, 2020 – ePropelled, the leader in magnetic engineering technology for electro-magnetic motors, today announced the appointment of Crispian Besley to the company’s Commercial Advisory Board.

“We are pleased to welcome Crispian to the Commercial Advisory Board,” said CEO Nick Grewal. “Crispian’s experience in business and finance will provide a tremendous sounding board for our staff here. We are so lucky to have such prestigious and esteemed colleagues willing to offer guidance to our company.”

With over 30 years’ experience in international investment banking and financial services, Crispian has led businesses in the UK, Europe and Asia, in addition to advising and trading for international corporate clients and institutional investors. As one of the youngest directors of Smith New Court Plc, Crispian was later appointed a director and board member of Schroder Securities and was instrumental in the sale of their Japanese business to Credit Suisse, of which he subsequently became Managing Director. Founder of Bescap, a London based consultancy, Crispian now specializes in working with private equity groups, venture capitalists and high net worth individuals, introducing investors to and raising capital for SMEs and buy-out opportunities. Focusing on the automotive and beverage sectors, he has consulted over 40 companies and is also an investor in several of them.

Crispian says “The automotive industry is very close to my heart and I am both honored and really excited to be involved on an advisory basis with ePropelled which is at the forefront of the electronic propulsion market with its visionary technology and wide range of applications ”

About ePropelled:

ePropelled is the leader in magnetic engineering innovations that dramatically improve electric motor and generator efficiency for propulsion applications in aviation, aerospace and electric vehicles as well as industrial uses. Our combination of motor design with software control produces a much more efficient method of electric propulsion at various torque and speed levels. Originally formed as Electronica, the company has already won several grant awards from the Welsh Government, Technology Strategy Board and the Carbon Trust for innovative designs.For more information, please visit www.ePropelled.com.