Niu Technologies Announces Changes to Board and Committee Compositions
BEIJING, Aug. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Niu Technologies (“NIU”, or “the Company”) (NASDAQ: NIU), the world’s leading provider of smart urban mobility solutions, today announced changes to its board of directors (the “Board”) and committees of the Board. Mr. Xiaojun Li has resigned as an independent director from the Board and as a member of each of the audit committee and compensation committee of the Board. Mr. Xiaojun Li’s resignation did not result from any disagreement with the Company.
Mr. John Jinshu Zhang will join the Audit Committee as a member. After the changes, the Board will consist of seven members, five of whom are independent directors, including Ms. Jenny Hongwei Lee, Mr. Changqing Ye, Mr. Mei-Wei Cheng, Mr. Julian Juul Wolhardt and Mr. John Jinshu Zhang.
As the world’s leading provider of smart urban mobility solutions, NIU designs, manufactures and sells high-performance electric bicycles and motorcycles. NIU has a product portfolio consisting of seven series, four e-scooter series, including NQi, MQi and UQi with smart functions and Gova, two urban commuter electric motorcycles series RQi and TQi, and a performance bicycle series, NIU Aero. Different series of products address the needs of different segments of modern urban residents and resolve the demands of different scenarios of urban travel, while being united through a common design language that emphasizes style, freedom and technology. NIU has adopted an omnichannel retail model, integrating the offline and online channels, to offer the products and services. For more information, please visit www.niu.com.
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