Scott Dunlap to become new General Manager at Runtastic

Today, adidas announced the appointment of the new General Manager for Runtastic. Scott Dunlap (49) will head up the company’s leadership team in Linz as of May 27, 2019 together with co-founders Alfred Luger and Christian Kaar, as well as Mathis Gerkensmeyer.

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Today, adidas announced the appointment of the new General Manager for Runtastic. Scott Dunlap (49) will head up the company’s leadership team in Linz as of May 27, 2019 together with co-founders Alfred Luger and Christian Kaar, as well as Mathis Gerkensmeyer. The US citizen will report to Scott Zalaznik, who is leading adidas’ digital division. Scott Dunlap succeeds Runtastic co-founder Florian Gschwandtner, who left the company at his own request at the end of 2018.

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Scott Dunlap has more than 20 years of experience developing digital products and strategies for large corporations and start-ups. At Brilliant Home Technology, he most recently served as Chief Product Officer. Prior to that, Dunlap held various executive positions at Silicon Valley companies, for example, CEO and founder of NearbyNow, a developer of mobile shopping applications, as well as Vice President of Innovation for online payment service PayPal.Scott Dunlap holds an MBA from Californian Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He is an enthusiastic trail runner and national champion in numerous distances, including marathon, 50 miles and 100 miles.About adidas adidas is a global leader in the sporting goods industry with the core brands adidas and Reebok. Headquartered in Herzogenaurach/Germany, the company employs around 57,000 people across the globe and generated sales of just under € 22 billion in 2018.About RuntasticFounded in 2009, Runtastic has become a leader in the digital health and fitness space and provides mobile applications focused on running and bodyweight training as well as curated expert content. The Austrian-based company aims to offer the best possible running and training experience and motivate users to get in shape and embrace a healthy lifestyle. In August 2015, Runtastic was acquired by adidas with the goal to further develop and take the parent company’s digital strategy to the next level.With more than 270 million downloads and 140+ million registered users, Runtastic’s mobile apps track distance, speed, pace, duration, heart rate, calorie consumption, and route traveled (via maps) when running, biking, or engaging in other fitness activities. The results can then be viewed directly within the app, where users see their training history, get detailed data analysis, and compare their progress with others. In order to provide guidance and motivation in all areas of health and fitness, the Runtastic portfolio also includes training plans for running, bodyweight training and weight loss, to name a few. Whether you are a novice or an athlete, Runtastic apps make living a healthy, active lifestyle fun and easy. Additional information can be found at Runtastic.com or you can follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, or on the Runtastic blog.

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