Jonny Combe is the CEO Corporate of PayByPhone, a global mobile parking payments provider which functions as an intuitive cashless payment app that can identify nearby parking areas swiftly and effortlessly, allowing payment for parking sessions with the touch of a smartphone button.
PayByPhone has been in existence in some form since 2005. Jonny was appointed UK CEO in 2018, and later climbed the ladder to become CEO Corporate of the newly named PayByPhone Business entity, following a global restructure of the company in early 2022. In his current role, Jonny oversees a strong global team spanning Europe, North America and the UK.
Prior to joining, Jonny was already well-versed in digital and innovation having worked as managerial lead in those areas for BMW Financial Services in Hook.
Jonny worked for BMW for just almost 11 years earlier in his career, having worked in customer service, customer strategy and corporate sales as well as innovation and digital. He started his career with fellow automotive company Mini, where he worked as a marketing executive.
In the News
PayByPhone announces appointment of Jonny Combe as new global CEO
News | Published July 5th 2022, 7:50 am
PayByPhone, the global leader in mobile parking payments, has announced the appointment of Jonny Combe as global CEO.Read more →
Three leadership lessons from my triathlon training
News | Published May 30th 2022, 12:36 pm
Writing on LinkedIn, PayByPhone’s CEO corporate Jonny Combe talks through his annual triathlon training and discusses some of the leadership lessons he takes from the experience.Read more →
PayByPhone announces new global and UK leadership structure as business growth continues
News | Published March 25th 2022, 9:05 am
PayByPhone, the global leader in mobile parking payments, has announced a change in its UK and global leadership as the company shifts away from its regional organisation to a new global leadership structure, which comes into effect on April 1, 2022.Read more →
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