Scott Dunlap will be the new general manager of Runtastic, the Austrian-based fitness tracking system owned by Adidas, as of May 27. He will be working out of the company's head office in Linz alongside Mathis Gerkensmeyer, vice president of finance and operations, and two of the company's founders, Alfred Luger, chief financial officer, and Christian Kaar, chief technology officer. Reporting to Scott Zalaznik, the head of Adidas' digital division, Dunlap will succeed another co-founder of Runtastic, Florian Gschwandtner, who took his leave in late 2018. Dunlap has been based near San Francisco since 2012. There he was most recently chief product officer at Brilliant, a brand of electronic controls for consumer electronics and home appliances. He also served as chief operating and marketing officer at Pax Labs, a vaping company, and as managing partner at Tenth Dimension Design Labs, a product and marketing consultancy. Among other stations, he was chief product officer at Branding Brand and vice president of emerging opportunities and new ventures at PayPal. He has also founded a couple of start-ups: Bkin Mobile, which built location-ware, and NearbyNow, which was building search platforms for mobile phones back in the early 2000s.