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Vehicle leasing firm Vavoom launches to support ‘climate-positive’ motoring

A new vehicle leasing firm has launched this month, providing a climate-positive approach to vehicle procurement and energy solutions.

Vavoom operations director Jonathan Wise

The business, dubbed Vavoom and based in Cheadle in Greater Manchester, is focused on becoming the UK’s number one choice for ‘climate-positive’ vehicle leasing in the run-up to the 2030 ICE ban.

It’s aimed at both individual customers and large fleets, and provides a comprehensive service that brings together vehicle leasing and procurement, asset finance and energy solutions such as EV chargers under one roof, tailoring the service to the needs of each individual client.

As well as helping to educate and provide consultancy on all aspects of EV adoption, Vavoom is focused on long-term sustainability by supporting climate-positive motoring.

The business says it runs a climate-positive office and is dedicated to helping consumers make the transition to more climate-positive motoring. All transactions will have a climate-positive contribution, whether this lies in moving to hybrid or electric vehicles, and even staying in ICE vehicles.

The business is backed by a management team bringing over 70 years in the industry, and including operations director Jonathan Wise, previously national sales manager at LeasePlan.

Wise explained: “Our clients will have access to competitive rates in contract hire and leasing. We offer a full suite of products to assist both personal and business clients. All of Vavoom’s staff are climate-positive and contribute to this themselves. Our office is climate-positive and all vehicle transactions will have a climate-positive contribution.”

He continued: “For customers who are making the electrification journey, we can help power their electric vehicles through a range of energy solutions for both commercial and consumer use. Essentially, everything under one roof.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.