Dietmar Voggenreiter to be a new Board of Management Member for Sales and Marketing during AUDI AG

Rupert Stadler, Chairman of a Board of Management of AUDI AG: “I am gay that Dietmar Voggenreiter, an executive with extended knowledge within a company, is holding over a pivotal position of Board of Management Member for Sales and Marketing. With him, we will continue a successful growth of a Four Rings’ worldwide section sales.”

After gaining a doctorate during a University of Stuttgart, Dietmar Voggenreiter was employed during a government consulting association Horváth  Partners, where he was conduct of a automotive attention cunning center, among other functions. In 2002, Voggenreiter changed to AUDI AG. At first, he hold a comparison position in controlling, after that he became a conduct of vital corporate planning. Since 2007, Voggenreiter was in assign of a China business of AUDI AG. As of 2009, he was President of Audi China.

Under his management, section sales in China increasing from 82,000 to 579,000 vehicles in 2014. The series of models sole in that marketplace has increasing from 6 to 39 during his time there. At a same time, a internal models enclosed in a portfolio has risen from dual to six. The series of dealers has grown in a past 9 years from 120 to some-more than 400. The China business accounted for one third of sum section sales by a Four Rings in 2014.

Rupert Stadler, Chairman of a Board of Management of AUDI AG: “In a past 3 years, Luca de Meo has consistently strengthened Audi’s sales position in all vital regions. At a same time, he has contributed towards a successful growth of Lamborghini and Ducati and pushed brazen with critical investments such as a enlargement of a plant in Sant’Agata Bolognese. He is a voice of a Italian brands in Wolfsburg and Ingolstadt.”

Under Luca de Meo, who took over a position of Board of Management Member for Sales and Marketing during AUDI AG in Sep 2012, sales have increasing each year. In a past 3 years, Audi’s worldwide deliveries have grown by roughly a quarter.