CityLoop Travel GmbH
Founder & CEO
JM Beteiligungs GmbH
Family office & investor
Current projects: CityLoop Travel GmbH
Completed projects: 21sportsgroup GmbH, IntelliShop AG
Embryo Unternehmenskonzepte GmbH
Incubator & consulting firm
Current projects: protectall.us
Completed projects: ABOX42 GmbH, Effit AG
Until March 2018: member of the advisory board
On route to becoming the leading multi-channel sports retail platform in Europe, with the 21run, Planet Sports and Vaola brands.
Chief Officer Sales, Marketing and Product Management
European market leader in online collaboration. Sold to US player Citrix Online in 2011. Largest software exit in Germany in 2010.
WEB.DE AG / 1&1 Internet AG
Manager Digital Services
Germany’s leading e-mail provider with more than 25 million customers. Internet portal business sold to United Internet in 2005.
Telefonica Deutschland GmbH
Sales Director for Midsize Enterprises and Major Accounts
Largest telecommunications provider in the world. Acquired HighwayOne, mediaways and O2.
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Innovative sharing concepts will change business travel sustainably
Walldorf/Berlin, January 22, 2019. At the first day of ITB Business Travel Forum, a joint congress format from trade association VDR and ITB Trade Fair, future-oriented sharing and pooling concepts for the business travel market are especially in focus. In his speech on March 6 at 4 pm (ITB, Congress Hall 7.1a, Room New York 1), Jörg Mayer, founder and managing director of CityLoop Travel GmbH, explains why innovative sharing concepts will lead to sustainable differences in terms of business travel and how companies and their employees can take benefit from it.
Founder of 21sportsgroup completes exit
Mannheim, March 14, 2018 Germany: Mannheim-based founder and entrepreneur Jörg Mayer announces his complete exit from successful sporting goods retailer 21sportsgroup (21run, Planet Sports, Vaola). Following his change from operational management to chairman of the advisory board in 2016, he handed over the reins to his management team in mid-2017. Mayer has now sold all of his shares in the company he founded, held by the JM Beteiligungs GmbH family office, to a consortium of prominent investors. The parties have agreed not to disclose any details of the transaction.
CityLoop is starting trial operations along initial routes
Walldorf, 30 April 2019. Following a well-received launch event at the ITB trade show in Berlin, Germany, entrepreneur Jörg Mayer’s business travel start-up is beginning trial operations of the first ride-sharing service for business travellers on the road as planned. From today, select customers can travel the company’s initial routes, e.g. between the SAP campus in Walldorf and Frankfurt Airport.