Morgan Motor Company appoints Thomas Kiesele as Chief Commercial Officer
20th July 2022
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- Thomas Kiesele appointed as Chief Commercial Officer, responsible for all sales and aftersales functions
- His appointment helps to strengthen the company’s leadership team, maximising opportunities internationally
- Thomas possesses a wealth of industry experience in the premium and luxury sectors
Malvern, Wednesday 20 July
Morgan Motor Company has today announced the appointment of Thomas Kiesele as Chief Commercial Officer. Reporting directly to Chief Executive Officer, Massimo Fumarola, Thomas will be responsible for the sales and aftersales functions of the business, helping to shape a strategy that develops commercial opportunities for Morgan globally.
Thomas brings 30 years of automotive industry experience to Morgan, having worked for some of the world’s leading premium and luxury automotive brands.
He joins Morgan following the successful introduction of Super 3 – the latest addition to the company’s model range – which joins Plus Four and Plus Six.
Thomas Kiesele, Chief Commercial Officer, Morgan Motor Company, commented “I am incredibly proud to join the Morgan Motor Company, a unique and celebrated British brand with a promising future. I am excited about the role I’ll play in growing Morgan internationally and helping to achieve the potential of the brand. I look forward to supporting our community of customers and dealerships.”
Massimo Fumarola, Chief Executive Officer, Morgan Motor Company, commented “We are delighted to welcome Thomas Kiesele to the Morgan Motor Company in the key position of Chief Commercial Officer. Thomas brings with him a wealth of industry knowledge that will prove critical in maximising business opportunities for Morgan. We will leverage Thomas’ experience in the premium and luxury sectors as we continue to strengthen the Morgan brand at what is an exciting time in our history.”
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